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Name: Josh Proctor 
College: Ohio State     Number: 41
Height: 6-1   Weight: 202
Position: SS  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.44
   40 Time: 4.54
  40 High: 4.64
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Height: 6010
Weight: 202

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: HMC

 Josh Proctor, Ohio State, Player News

  12/16/20 - SS Josh ProctorJr/2022, Ohio State, 6-1, 202 (DS#8 SS) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Josh Proctor,...With the help of Wade, Werner, Garrett and the rest of the All-Big Ten Buckeyes, Ohio State possesses the nation's No. 6 rushing defense (95.0 yards/game) and has allowed an average of just 1.8 yards per carry over the last two games. - Ohio State Football

(DS#8 SS) Jr/2022 SS Josh ProctorOhio State
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  06/23/20 - SS Josh ProctorJr/2022, Ohio State, 6-1, 202 (DS#8 SS) + More +

  OSU has seen players go from non-contributors to All-American, first-round draft pick status. Proctor's skill set suggests he can do the same, and Ohio State might need him to be all that and more. The Buckeyes haven't had a safety lead in interceptions since Damon Webb's five in 2017. It was the fifth straight season with a safety atop the team in picks. That was an Ohio State secondary that relied heavily on press-man coverage and having a free safety with the capability of sideline-to-sideline playmaking. Last season, the defensive scheme shifted to more of a zone look, which meant a player doing what Malik Hooker did in 2016 wasn't a necessity. That made Jordan Fuller the perfect fit to compliment two first-round draft picks in Okudah and Damon Arnette along with a potential 2021 first-round pick in Shaun Wade.

Defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs has a reputation of turning cornerbacks into first-rounders. Still, he's not returning to a room with two returning veterans combined with two former five-stars with plenty of experience. Last year's coordinator Jeff Hafley didn't rotate in the secondary, meaning Wade is the only returning player with more than just a handful of meaningful snaps. Proctor's playmaking ability fits what could be required from a single-high safety in 2020. When he had opportunities in 2019, Proctor showed why he has a high ceiling. But his mistakes in the Fiesta Bowl were concerning. Or perhaps it was just the result of a player put in an unfamiliar situation against Clemson's abundant talent. - Cleveland Plain Dealer

(DS#8 SS) Jr/2022 SS Josh ProctorOhio State
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