Marvin Harrison Jr. Explains Decision to Skip Pre-Draft Workouts

Marvin Harrison Jr. pre-draft workouts

Marvin Harrison Jr., standout wide receiver from Ohio State, has taken an unconventional approach to the pre-draft process ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft. Despite his impressive college career and notable football pedigree as the son of a Hall of Fame receiver, Harrison Jr. opted out of participating in pre-draft workouts, including both the NFL Scouting Combine and Ohio State’s pro day.

However, Harrison Jr. will be present at the draft festivities, anticipating a potential selection in the early rounds, possibly within the first five picks. Speaking at the NFL’s “Play Football” pre-draft event, he emphasized the significance of the draft experience, stating that walking across the stage and shaking hands with the commissioner is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that he didn’t want to miss.

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His decision not to participate in pre-draft workouts doesn’t diminish his accomplishments on the field. Over his three-year tenure with the Buckeyes, Harrison Jr. amassed impressive statistics, recording 155 receptions for 2,613 yards and a total of 32 touchdowns. In the last two seasons alone, he exceeded 1,200 receiving yards and caught 14 touchdowns each year.

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