Ohio State freshman running back TreVeyon Henderson has officially introduced himself to the college football world. With Minnesota in striking distance, having just kicked a field goal to pull within seven points, Henderson took a swing pass from quarterback C.J. Stroud out in the flat five yards downfield.
That’s not where the play ended though. Henderson found a seem, hit it hard, and showed the burst and vision that made him a 5-star recruit in the 2021 class. When it was all said and done, Henderson tallied his first career touchdown as a Buckeye, going 70-yards in a flash.
Watch the quick-strike ability Henderson provides the offense from the running back position for yourself.
TreVeyon Henderson scores his first touchdown as s Buckeye, a 70 yard reception with most of it on the ground. OSU now up 38-24. https://t.co/dFOjhugDVu
— Buckeyes Wire (@BuckeyesWire) September 3, 2021
Something tells me this won’t be the last big play touchdown we see from the freshman sensation. There’s a good chance he’s the future of the running back position at Ohio State.
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