Jahsen Wint has found a new home to resume his college football career.
The former Ohio State safety announced Sunday in a YouTube video that he will be enrolling at Marshall, where he plans to resume his college football career three years after his Ohio State career ended.
Wint and fellow Ohio State defensive back Amir Riep were dismissed from the Ohio State football team in February 2020 after they were arrested on charges of rape and kidnapping. Following a nearly three-year wait for their trial, Riep and Wint were both found not guilty of all charges in January.
Riep announced Friday that he will resume his college football career at Lincoln University this fall.
Wint spent four seasons with the Buckeyes from 2016-19, appearing in 35 games in his final three years with the team. A regular in Ohio State’s safety rotation in 2018, Wint recorded 39 total tackles with 1.5 tackles for loss and a sack over the course of his three playing seasons with the Buckeyes.
With Wint and Riep now both back in college football, Ohio State is set to have at least 40 former players on other college football teams this year.