This Week in Twitter: Avery Henry Beats Cancer, Paris Johnson Jr. Reps Pat Tillman and Former Buckeyes Make Millions of Dollars in the 2023 NFL Draft

By 11W Staff on May 13, 2023 at 2:35 pm
Ohio State football players at hospital.

This Week in Twitter is a look at some of the week's best and most entertaining tweets from Buckeyeland and beyond.

How about some positivity to start things off? You can never go wrong with that.

Justin Fields is officially a graduate of the Ohio State University. You love to see it. Job well done, QB1.

#DevelopedHere. It just means more (money).

Please leave Marvin Harrison Jr. alone on an island against an opposing defensive back. It won't happen, but then that means that the rest of Ohio State's loaded group of wide receivers will have plenty of open field to work with all season.

Speaking of Route Man Marv and Ohio State's receivers this fall. It really is crazy to think that the Buckeyes might have two of the top three receivers in college football entering the season. Whoever the starting quarterback Week 1, the offense is in good hands, it appears.

This is an unreal stat and yet, somehow, it's true. J.T. Barrett was built differently – both as a leader and as a player.

Preach, Joshua Perry. Preach.

There's only one right answer. Pizza Rolls FTW. Always.

 Farmer Gronk. Confirmed.

There were times when Braxton Miller didn't even run the right route in order to get the ball. He did what he had to do to get open. The guy's a certified playmaker, so you can't necessarily blame him.

Well done, Buckeyes. Beat Cancer.

Update: Avery Henry: 1, Cancer: 0. You love to see it. No matter what happens this season, Henry already won.

In a time where so many crazy things are happening in this world, Ryan Shazier says it best: “Whatever you’re going through right now, just understand that’s a moment in your life. It’s not your life.”

Sheetz's food is elite. True or false?

Like Gene Smith says, a huge shoutout to event management, facility operations and all of the other behind-the-scenes staff that put in a bunch of hard work every single day in order to keep the operation going. It certainly shouldn't go unnoticed.

Paris Johnson Jr. is such a good (and smart) guy. Time and time again, he just continues to "get it". Pat Tillman would be proud.

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