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Name: Zach Harrison 
College: Ohio State     Number: 9
Height: 6-5   Weight: 265
Position: DE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2023

40 Low: 4.43
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.62
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 Zach Harrison, Ohio State, Player News

  10/16/20 - DE Zach HarrisonSo/2023, Ohio State, 6-5, 265 (DS#3 DE) + More +

  Five-star defensive end with first-round NFL Draft potential in his second-year under Johnson. That's what Bosa was in 2017, and that's what Harrison is coming into this season. Both were trying to be the next name in what's a growing list of top-five draft picks Johnson has coached in Columbus and were coming off freshmen seasons that set them up to take off as sophomores. Ironically both suffered losses Fiesta Bowl losses to Clemson in the College Football playoff as well. Bosa was the best player in that room - and probably the Big Ten - even though he was the youngest player in the rotation. That might end up being the case with Harrison, who has the same expectations for his second year as the Bosas brothers and Young had before him. He's already on the five-star path, and the next step is solidifying himself as one of the country's best defensive players. At least that's what those three did. "Those guys that came before me, they're a bunch of great players," Harrison said. "There's a lot of expectation for me to do so-and-so numbers. Honestly, I don't really try to think about that. Every day at practice, I go out and get better, work on my technique." - Cleveland Plain Dealer

(DS#3 DE) So/2023 DE Zach HarrisonOhio State
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  07/30/20 - DE Zach HarrisonSo/2023, Ohio State, 6-5, 265 (DS#3 DE) + More +

  Joey Bosa's record-breaking contract extension Tuesday night brought the football world's attention back to the defensive end factory Larry Johnson runs at Ohio State. One assumes the models still in the shop took notice as well. That includes Zach Harrison. The rising sophomore who came down State Road 315 from Olentangy Orange last as a top-15 national prospect hinted at bigger things that may soon be in his reach. In 2019, Harrison was one of the many Buckeye defensive linemen overshadowed by Chase Young's brilliance. So what do Harrison's freshman-year numbers mean by comparison? He played more snaps than any other defensive end except Young, which helps explain why he reached 24 tackles despite primarily being a backup.

Yet he also showed some ability to chase down opponents and make plays away from the trenches. The five tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks reflected solid production for a reserve. Those are the areas where Ohio State needs Harrison to step up and assert himself. The only returning Buckeye with more sacks was linebacker Baron Browning, who tallied five but capitalized multiple times on blitzing off of Young's shoulder against understandably distracted opposing tackles. - Cleveland Plain Dealer


(DS#3 DE) So/2023 DE Zach HarrisonOhio State
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