Three more black stripes came off on Saturday as freshman defensive tackle Taron Vincent, freshman running back Brian Snead and sophomore walk-on quarterback Kory Curtis all earned the right to call themselves Buckeyes on Saturday, according to Ohio State's Instagram feed.
Taron Vincent was the nation's top defensive tackle coming out of high school. The five-star interior lineman was ranked as the No. 20 overall player in the 2018 class and was Ohio State's second-highest rated player in the class, behind offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere.
Brian Snead was a four-star running back and the No. 80 overall player in the class, coming out of Seffner, Florida.
Kory Curtis is a walk-on quarterback from Cape Coral, Florida who racked up 5,400 passing yards and 59 touchdowns for his high school, Island Coast.
|NAME||POSITION||YEAR||DATE OF REMOVAL|
|AARON COX||DL||RS FR||MARCH 30|
|DE'SHAWN WHITE||WR||SO||MARCH 30|
|TOMMY TOGIAI||DL||FR||APRIL 11|
|DALLAS GANT||LB||FR||AUG. 8|
|TERADJA MITCHELL||LB||FR||AUG. 9|
|TATE DUARTE||TE||SR||AUG. 9|
|TARON VINCENT||DT||FR||AUG. 11|
|BRIAN SNEAD||RB||FR||AUG. 11|
|KORY CURTIS||QB||SO||AUG. 11|