A special guest joined Eleven Warriors for the latest edition of Press Coverage.
One day before he heads to New York for the Heisman Trophy presentation, Ohio State standout wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. joined Dan Hope and Andy Anders for an interview following his media availability at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Thursday.
Harrison Jr. said it is “a blessing” to be considered for the Heisman along with quarterbacks Jayden Daniels (LSU), Michael Penix Jr. (Washington) and Bo Nix (Oregon).
"I'm just super thankful I can represent Ohio State," Harrison Jr. said.
Harrison Jr. also touched on his future and says he hasn't made a decision on whether he'll return to Ohio State for another season or if he'll declare for the 2024 NFL draft, despite being a top-three pick in nearly every NFL mock draft. He also discussed Ohio State's motivation entering the Cotton Bowl against Missouri on Dec. 29, which Harrison hasn't yet decided if he’ll play or not, and his continuing friendship with Kyle McCord even though McCord decided to leave Ohio State.
You can watch Harrison’s full interview with Eleven Warriors in the video at the top of the page, and you can hear more of what Harrison had to say to the full contingent of media in the video below.