Ohio State Safety and Special Teams Ace Eric Glover-Williams Says He's Moving to Wide Receiver

By D.J. Byrnes on January 10, 2017 at 12:22 pm

Ohio State's Zone-6 picked up a new recruit Tuesday afternoon: Safety and special teams ace Eric Glover-Williams.

Glover-Williams, a 2015 four-star signee from Canton McKinley, drew rave reviews during Fiesta Bowl prep for mirroring Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson's running.

Chris Worley said he, Marshon Lattimore, and Malik Hooker lobbied coaches to try "EGW" on offense. With Zone-6 needing playmakers and experience, it looks like they'll get their wish.

Glover-Williams started at quarterback, running back, receiver, and return man for the McKinley Bulldogs. For a refresher course on his abilities with the ball in his hands, we turn to his high school highlight reel:


As of now, it's unclear if Ohio State will deploy Glover-Williams as a pure receiver, or try him in the H-Back role in a bid to replace Curtis Samuel's production. 

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