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Name: Paris Johnson Jr. 
College: Ohio State     Number: 77
Height: 6-6   Weight: 315
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: So/2024

40 Low: 5.02
   40 Time: 5.12
  40 High: 5.24
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6056
Weight: 315

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: 2ndC...2020: NAC

 Paris Johnson Jr., Ohio State, Player News


  Paris Johnson Jr. could picture Ohio State football's potential 2021 depth chart back when he was merely the nation's best high school offensive lineman. Maybe he would need to spend his freshman season as a reserve. No shame in that. Freshman offensive line starters are rare, especially at programs with the Buckeyes' talent backlog. The man some consider the most talented OSU offensive line prospect since Orlando Pace might not actually be able to follow his historic career step-for-step. By this fall, however, the left tackle spot which has been earmarked for Johnson since before he committed to OSU would be open. Johnson could begin working towards the next achievement many foresaw in his future - NFL first-round draft pick.

When Johnson looked into that future, though, could not see the coronavirus pandemic that sideswiped the 2020 season. The NCAA gave all fall athletes an additional year of eligibility. That included Thayer Munford, who became one of the nation's best left tackles during a breakout senior season. Now the Buckeyes seem set on keeping Munford and Petit-Frere at the tackle spots in which they excelled last season. Johnson instead projects to spent 2021 on a detour from the path he envisioned - succeeding All-American Wyatt Davis as the Buckeyes' starting right guard. - Cleveland Plain Dealer


(DS#3 OT) So/2024 OT Paris Johnson Jr.Ohio State
News Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer
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