Ohio State’s roster will reportedly have one less playmaker.
According to Austin Ward of Land Of 10, Buckeye H-back Eric Glover-Williams is no longer part of Ohio State’s football team.
Ohio State sources confirm that Eric Glover-Williams is no longer part of the program. No official reason has been given for departure.— Austin Ward (@AWardSports) September 2, 2017
Williams was a big time addition in Ohio State’s 2015 recruiting class, a high four-star recruit and one of the best players in the state, and he was one of the rare freshman to actually see playing time right away. Initially recruited as a cornerback, Glover-Williams switched to the offensive side of the ball this offseason, to join a crowded H-Back room (he played Deshaun Watson on Ohio State’s scout team last season).
Glover was not on the depth chart ahead of the Indiana game, and did not play against the Hoosiers.