One of the biggest questions entering Urban Meyer's sixth spring practice was, "Who will replace Raekwon McMillan at middle linebacker?"
The Buckeyes opened spring drills Tuesday, which offered media its first glimpse at the coaching staff's solution to filling McMillan's void.
That answer, at least for now, appears to be senior linebacker Chris Worley, with Dante Booker replacing the new void created by Worley's move:
Meyer says Chris Worley is at MLB for now; Dante Booker at SLB & Jerome Baker at WLB: Thats Day 1, though, so that could change."— Tim Shoemaker (@TimShoemaker) March 7, 2017
Worley, a three-star 2013 signee from Cleveland Glenville, appeared in all 13 games last season in his first year starting. He finished with 43 solo tackles, 69 total tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, and an interception.