College football fans are practically guaranteed at least one phenomenal Marvin Harrison Jr. catch a week.
The Ohio State wideout’s latest stunner came early during the Buckeyes’ Saturday tilt against Maryland on Saturday.
While in tight coverage, Harrison snagged a one-handed catch in traffic to secure a first down all while drawing a pass interference flag on Maryland.
Harrison has probably been the best wide receiver to play college football since former LSU star Ja’Marr Chase. More and more, he’s proven that he’ll step right into his father Marvin Harrison’s footsteps whenever he makes the leap to the NFL.
Feast your eyes on yet another Harrison feat of strength.
Your weekly reminder that Marvin Harrison Jr is really good at football
— The Silver Bulletin (@tSilverBulletin) November 19, 2022
Talk about a grab. Harrison will hopefully continue to make amazing plays like this, especially with the College Football Playoff on the horizon.
Shortly after the catch, Harrison entered Ohio State football history by eclipsing 1,000 yards on the season.
Marvin Harrison Jr.’s first two catches of the game make him the eighth player in Ohio State history to have a 1,000-yard season
The others are Jaxon Smith-Njigba, David Boston, Terry Glenn, Cris Carter, Michael Jenkins, Parris Campbell and Garrett Wilson
— Stephen Means (@Stephen_Means) November 19, 2022