Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Kamryn Babb, who missed 2018 with an ACL tear, has been injured again. According to a report by Letterman Row, Babb suffered a knee injury, and that could lead to him missing playing time again this season.
Another tough injury blow for Kamryn Babb: Ohio State has confirmed to @LettermenRow that the wide receiver has suffered yet another knee injury and could miss this season for the Buckeyes. https://t.co/QmBAWlu2Zz— Austin Ward (@AWardSports) March 25, 2019
Babb came to Ohio State as a four-star recruit in 2018, and was part of a No. 2 national recruiting class assembled by Urban Meyer. In high school, he was considered the No. 13 WR and No. 73 overall prospect by the 247sports composite, and had a bright future on the OSU gridiron.
However, injuries have kept the blue-chip recruit from seeing action in games. As a high school senior, Babb tore his ACL, preventing him from playing for Christian Brothers (MO). Then the non-contact injury last offseason prevented him from getting an opportunity to play en route to a Rose Bowl champion campaign. And now, it appears that his chance to play in 2019 is up in the air, too, with a knee injury.
It’s a very unfortunate turn of events, and we wish Kamryn a speedy recovery.