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Podcast: PFF’s Ian Hartitz breaks down fantasy potential for OSU rookies, vets

Justin Fields is Ian’s rookie QB1 and says Terry McLaurin is the best Buckeye fantasy option in 2021.

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Matt Tamanini Matt Tamanini is the co-managing editor of Land-Grant Holy Land having joined the site in 2016.

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On today’s episode of “LGHL In Conversation,” I am in conversation with former LGHL contributor Ian Hartitz. Ian has gone on to bigger and better things since living our little site, as he is now the Lead Fantasy Football Analyst at Pro Football Focus.

In this episode, Ian breaks down why he has Justin Fields projected as the top fantasy rookie quarterback in the NFL this coming season. He also tells me what to expect from Trey Sermon and Luke Farrell during their rookie years with the 49ers and Jaguars respectively.

Then he tells me what to expect from Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson in next year’s draft, we talk about some of the new playmakers on Ohio State’s team, and Ian tells me who the best non-rookie Buckeyes are that you need to draft on your fantasy team this season.

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Twitter: @Ihartitz
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