2020 Special Teams Discussion

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    Chrisman and Haubeil returning solidifies our kicking game..........

    However, we will need to replace our long snapper............

    I am encouraged by the return game with Wilson and McCall back..........
     
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    SPECIALISTS (3)
    Returning Players: Blake Haubeil (kicker), Drue Chrisman (punter)
    Newcomers: Jake Seibert (kicker)

    Ohio State enters 2020 with reliable seniors it can trust at both kicker and punter, as Haubeil enters his third season as the Buckeyes’ starting kicker while Chrisman enters his fourth year as the Buckeyes’ starting punter.

    Seibert, who won’t officially be on scholarship until 2021 but will nonetheless be with the team as a grayshirt in 2020, will be groomed over the next year to succeed Haubeil as the starting kicker as a redshirt freshman.

    The Buckeyes do have to replace their long snapper from the past four seasons, Liam McCullough, who has exhausted his eligibility, and they don’t currently have any long snappers on scholarship. They have multiple returning walk-ons who will compete for the job, though, including Liam’s younger brother Roen McCullough and Michigan State transfer Bradley Robinson.
     

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