As Ohio State's senior class departs, Eleven Warriors is taking a look back at the best photos of each outgoing player.
Next up, Jordan Fuller.
Out of Old Tappan, New Jersey, Fuller opted to choose to attend Ohio State rather than Michigan late in the process and thrived during his four years in Columbus. He started for two-and-a-half seasons and twice was voted a team captain by his teammates. In his career, Fuller had 216 tackles, 10 pass break-ups, five interceptions, five tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries. As a senior, he was the sole starting safety on a reworked defense that thrived in co-defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley's only season at Ohio State. Off the field, he was an Academic All-American his final two years.
Fuller piled together a 49-6 record that included four wins against the Wolverines in a row during his four years as a Buckeye. He appeared in the College Football Playoff twice, won three Big Ten titles, beat USC in the 2017 Cotton Bowl and topped Washington in the 2019 Rose Bowl.
Relive Fuller's Ohio State career through the images above.