If you put the ball in Ohio State’s Curtis Samuel’s hands in space, something explosive’s bound to happen.
While the junior hasn’t made a huge impact in his short Buckeyes football career, that looks set to change this season.
With seemingly every coach glowing about the kind of impact he’s going to have on the OSU offensive, the first quarter of the Bucks’ season opener against Bowling Green allowed him to showcase just that.
Watch Samuel catch the ball and then do what he does best en route to six points for the home team:
Sneaky underrated aspect of the sequence: J.T. Barrett stood in the pocket like a champ while he threw a perfect strike.
This could be a long season for opposing defenders hoping to slow the lightning quick New York native down. Good luck to them.