Ohio State sophomore wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. is fast.
He's so fast that can launch a deep pass from a JUGS machine and catch that pass himself.
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A video posted Monday showed Harrison starting the machine, sprinting down the field, and making a 40-yard touchdown reception.
And the video lasted only seven seconds.
Harrison, the son of NFL Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison, gained a lot of attention following last season's Rose Bowl, where he caught six passes for 71 yards and three touchdowns after making five catches earlier in the season.
“It wasn't really hard at all,” Harrison said after the 48-45 win over Utah when asked about being patient. “Obviously, the guys ahead of me are great receivers and are going to do big things in the (NFL). I had to wait my turn and be ready.”
He is not only fast, but has an NFL-ready body at 6-3, 205 pounds.
“(Marvin) showed you all a little glimpse,” quarterback C.J. Stroud told reporters after the Rose Bowl. “He has way more in his bag.”
Ohio State coaches are excited to see what more he has there in the upcoming season.