Ohio State Quarterback Commit Tavien St. Clair Shows Off His Passing Ability at OSU’s First 7-on-7 Tournament of 2024

By Dan Hope on June 12, 2024 at 6:58 pm

Tavien St. Clair stood out for the second day in a row at Ohio State.

One day after an impressive throwing display at OSU’s third skill camp of the summer on Tuesday, the five-star quarterback commit returned to Ohio State to compete in the Buckeyes’ first 7-on-7 tournament of the month.

St. Clair, who will be unable to attend OSU’s other 7-on-7 tournament next week with his Bellefontaine High School team because he will be competing in the Elite 11 Finals, played for Ohio State’s house team, consisting of an assortment of players from various high schools whose teams were not participating in Wednesday’s tournament. Despite having the disadvantage of throwing to unfamiliar receivers, St. Clair looked like the best quarterback on the field, leading his team to a pair of comfortable wins in tournament play before losing to Minster in the quarterfinals.

Across three total games of tournament play on Wednesday afternoon, St. Clair completed 15 of 23 passing attempts for eight touchdowns with one interception. Four of his eight incompletions were dropped passes while he also drew two defensive pass interference penalties with deep balls.

We filmed all of St. Clair’s throws in tournament play, which featured several tremendous deep-ball completions that put his arm strength and accuracy on display, and you can watch all of them in the video at the top of the page.

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