Eleven members of Ohio State's freshman class have now lost their black stripes as offensive lineman Wyatt Davis, quarterback Tate Martell and safety Brendon White became the latest to lose theirs this weekend.
Ohio State announced the news on Sunday.
Davis, a five-star recruit out of St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, California, is the second freshman offensive lineman to lose his black stripe this year, following Thayer Munford.
Keep grinding Wyatt!!! pic.twitter.com/qAjcdMFLSb— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) August 20, 2017
Martell, a four-star recruit out of Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, has drawn rave reviews from his teammates throughout fall camp for his performance on the field. The reigning Gatorade National Football Player of the Year is the only scholarship quarterback in Ohio State's freshman class this year.
Proud of the work you've put in Tate! pic.twitter.com/qy6ksLHvQR— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) August 20, 2017
White, a four-star recruit out of Olentangy Liberty High School in Powell, Ohio, had already announced that he lost his black stripe via Twitter on Saturday.
Well deserved Brendon!!! pic.twitter.com/e1FyuLWK28— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) August 20, 2017
An updated look at which freshmen have lost their stripes, meaning they've proved to the Ohio State coaching staff that they're worthy of being an official Buckeye:
|J.K. DOBBINS||RB||AUG. 4|
|ISAIAH PRYOR||S||AUG. 7|
|CHASE YOUNG||DE||AUG. 9|
|JEFFREY OKUDAH||CB||AUG. 15|
|HASKELL GARRETT||DT||AUG. 15|
|THAYER MUNFORD||OL||AUG. 16|
|PETE WERNER||LB||AUG. 16|
|SHAUN WADE||CB||AUG. 17|
|BRENDON WHITE||S||AUG. 19|
|WYATT DAVIS||OL||AUG. 19|
|TATE MARTELL||QB||AUG. 19|