It looks like the Buckeyes will have all three of their underclassman offensive linemen for at least one more season as Josh Myers and Wyatt Davis plan to return to Ohio State next season, according to Lettermen Row, and Thayer Munford plans to do the same, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
Davis and Myers – a pair of redshirt sophomores – have emerged as some of the nation's top interior linemen this season with Myers earning second-team All-Big Ten honors by the media and Davis collecting first-team All-American honors from the Associated Press and the Walter Camp Football Foundation.
Both presumably have NFL futures, but the NFL dreams are on hold for at least one more season. Myers did not even submit draft feedback paperwork and while Davis did, he plans to return regardless of the feedback he receives.
“Yes, I did [submit draft feedback paperwork], but I want to put out there that I’m returning next year,” Davis told Lettermen Row. “I haven’t received [feedback] yet. I’m still waiting on it just to see it. But, yes sir, I’m coming back.”
Munford is a two-year starter after earning the starting left tackle job as a true freshman, beating out multiple veterans and higher-rated players.
The trio will provide stability for an Ohio State offensive line that loses seniors Jonah Jackson and Branden Bowen next season.