A total of 28 Ohio State football players were recognized for their performance in the classroom by earning Academic All-Big Ten honors on Wednesday.
Starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins, defensive tackle Dre'Mont Jones, safety Jordan Fuller, tight end Luke Farrell, linebacker Pete Werner and defensive end Jonathon Cooper are among this season's most prominent honorees.
To earn Academic All-Big Ten honors, a student-athlete must have been a full-time student for at least 12 months and carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better.
The team's full list of honorees:
|CHRIS CHUGUNOV||GRADUATE STUDENT||KINESIOLOGY|
|SEAN NUERNBERGER||GRADUATE STUDENT||SOCIOLOGY|
|KEVIN WOIDKE||SENIOR||REAL ESTATE & URBAN ANALYSIS|
|DRUE CHRISMAN||JUNIOR||CONSUMER & FAMILY FINANCIAL SERVICES|
|JONATHON COOPER||JUNIOR||CONSUMER & FAMILY FINANCIAL SERVICES|
|GAVIN CUPP||JUNIOR||CHILD AND YOUTH STUDIES|
|LUKE FARRELL||JUNIOR||HEALTH PROMOTION, NUTRITION & EXERCISE SCIENCE|
|LOGAN HITTLE||JUNIOR||SPORT INDUSTRY|
|HAYDEN JESTER||JUNIOR||OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT|
|BRADLEY ROBINSON||JUNIOR||HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY SCIENCE|
|MITCH ROSSI||SOPHOMORE||SPORT INDUSTRY|
In total, Ohio State has 106 Academic All-Big Ten honorees for fall sports, tying the school's previous high of All-Big Ten selections last year. 17 student-athletes each from women's cross country, men's soccer and women's soccer were honored, along with 13 from field hockey and seven each from men's cross country and women's volleyball.