Hero Kanu black tape removed from Ohio

The Buckeyes’ junior game development continues, even as Ohio State No. 3 prepares for its first Big Ten game of the year against Wisconsin on Saturday night. Scarlet and Gray both know that while preparing for the games now is important, preparing for the future.

On Thursday, Ohio State announced that a member of the team has proven himself as a cornerback Ryan Turner His black bar has been removed. As it turned out, Turner wasn’t the only one, like a new defensive intervention Kano’s hero A black ribbon was also removed in training on Wednesday evening.

This black ribbon tradition stems from the former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer‘s Time with Ohio when He coached Scarlet and Gray prior to the 2012 season after serving as head coach in Florida. The idea behind this tradition was that a new player should get the right to be called a Buckeye. To do this, a black ribbon is placed on his helmet upon arrival at school so that he does enough to officially earn his place on the team in the eyes of the coaching staff. Coach Ryan Day He kept the tradition in place having taken over the team leadership from Mayer ahead of the 2019 season.

“We have another black bar alert,” scarlet and gray Player Development Manager CJ Barnett announce The team in the video after removing Kano’s black tape. “Yes man, this guy is doing his job on and off the field. We really appreciate you. The newest member of the Rushmen, Kano’s hero!

Kanu is originally from Germany, and moved to the United States to play American football. settled in Rancho Santa Margherita, California where he played high school football Santa Margherita Catholic. Kanu was a potential four-star player and No. 17 defensive lineman in the 2022 class, according to 247Sports Composite. Additionally, he is ranked as the #10 player from California and #118 overall in the country.

“I really appreciate all of you,” Kanu said in the video. “I want to give a shout out to Rochman, Coach J, my older brother Jeron (Cage).” Then he said, “Thank you all. I love you guys” in German.

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After Turner, Kano was the 17th Scarlet and Gray player to have his black bar removed in 2022. S.afet Tanner McAllister and defensive end Caden Carry Her black stripe was removed during the spring. Transfer back Demonte TrianumAnd the back corner Gear Brown And the Keon Graceback CJ HicksAnd the tight end Zack Herbstreetrunning back Dalan Haydenwide receiver Joe Mitchell And the defensive end Kenyatta Jackson All of their black stripes were removed during Autumn Camp. Since the Buckeyes season started, safety Sony Stylesrunning back TC Caffey and a wide receiver Kojo Antwi Their black stripes have been removed, as have Turner and Kano.

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