Marvin Darnell Harrison Jr. (born August 11, 2002) is an American football wide receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes. After receiving limited playing time in 2021, Harrison would emerge as a star in 2022 being named a unanimous All-American and the Richter–Howard Receiver of the Year .
Former NFL wide receiver Marvin Harrison, who spent his entire career the Indianapolis Colts, is a father of two sons. The eldest one, Marvin Harrison Jr., is following his steps into the sports, and recently committed to Ohio State University.
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The dedication to improvement for Harrison comes as he looks up to Davante Adams and Justin Jefferson, two All-Pro receivers in the NFL, and his father, Marvin Sr., a Pro Football Hall of...
ESPN caught up with Harrison's dad, Pro Football Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison, who has helped guide his son through his football career. "Told him, when you go to school, don't follow the...
More on Marvin • Marvin was one of 14 from Ohio State’s 2021 recruiting class to enroll in classes in January, 2021 and take part in spring drills • A four-star prospect and the No. 91 player in the nation by 247Sports.com • Was the top-ranked wide receiver in the state of Pennsylvania
Marvin Harrison Jr. is projected as one of the best returning wide receivers in college football. But, In the opinion of Ohio State offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Brian...
Now Harrison’s son, Marvin Jr, is starring on Saturdays with Ohio State and seems to be following in dad’s footsteps. Week after week, Harrison Jr makes unbelievably acrobatic catches . This week was no different as he hauled in three more touchdown passes giving him nine on the season.
Marvin Harrison Jr. has learned a lot from his Hall of Fame father, and he brings that knowledge and along with high expectations for himself into Ohio State's matchup with Georgia. Facebook Twitter