Marvin Harrison Jr. Explains His Two Ohio State Return Reason

Marvin Harrison Jr. must make a difficult choice.

The top wide receiver in the nation and Heisman Trophy contender, Ohio State's star wide receiver, has the option to join the 2024 NFL Draft or stay in school for an additional year.

If Harrison declares, he will be a top-five draft pick.

Harrison gave reporters two reasons for his choice this week when they asked him about them.

"Marvin Harrison Jr. admits he hasn't made up his mind about playing for the Cotton Bowl again this season."

"He claims that defeating Michigan and taking home the Big Ten Championship are his two main reasons for returning and leaving that door open."

The junior from Philadelphia averaged 18.1 yards per game with 67 receptions for 1211 yards (his second consecutive season with at least 1,000 receiving yards), 14 touchdowns.

Harrison has the option to choose whether or not to declare for the draft and be ready for his NFL future.

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