Want to get a glimpse into one of many reasons Ohio State will remain a national football power for years to come?
Look no further than a player like Josh Proctor, a four-star recruit out of Owasso (Okla.). The 6-2, 190-pound prospect is the country’s No. 9 safety in the Class of 2018, according to the 247 Sports Composite. Last Thursday, though, he flashed some skills on the other side of the ball during a scrimmage.
Namely, after catching a pass as a wide receiver, he laid a stiff-arm on an Edmond (Okla.) Santa Fe defender on his way to a touchdown that left a lasting impression.
Here is the stiff-arm again, this time in slow motion.
Proctor scored three touchdowns in the game as a wide receiver. His play at safety must be something else entirely.