Ohio State offensive lineman calls is a career

We have been diving into the exciting arrivals and potential arrivals to the Ohio State football team, but we have some news about an unexpected departure. Offensive lineman, Trey Leroux has announced he is stepping away from football after spending the last four years with the Buckeyes.

Although the announcement is a bit surprising, no one should be extremely shocked as Leroux did take part in Senior Day festivities, but there was still a chance he would come back as he had two seasons of eligibility remaining. Leroux was a three-star homegrown product in the class of 2020 and saw action in three games in 2021, but failed to see action since that season.

Leroux is moving on to succeed at the next level and has taken a job with JPMorgan Chase Bank after graduating from The Ohio State University with a major in Finance. The move puts Ohio State at 85 scholarships. We want to wish Leroux good luck!

Story originally appeared on Buckeye Wire