Shortly after finding out that former Ohio State defensive back, Amir Riep would continue his football at Lincoln University in Oakland, California, we now know where Jahsen Wint will resume his career. Wint announced that he has committed to Marshall University.
In a YouTube video that is close to nine minutes long, Wint takes you on a journey in three parts. Starting with his upbringing and walking through the events that happened during and after his case, the former Buckeye announced he will be attending Marshall in the fall.
You can watch Wint’s video in its entirety below courtesy of his personal Twitter feed. However, please be warned there is some adult language.
I watched three seasons go by while I patiently waited for my name to be cleared. I constantly questioned myself, and where I would be in each of those seasons, Don’t gotta question no more.
— Jahsen Wint (@JahsenW) May 29, 2023
Wint came to Ohio State in 2016 and spent four seasons in Scarlet and Gray. He appeared in 35 games with the Buckeyes and became part of the rotation in 2018. He recorded 39 tackles and a sack in his OSU career.
Wint will look to step in immediately to help the Thundering Herd who went 9-4 in 2022, ending the season with a win over UConn in the Myrtle Beach Bowl.
By: Mark Russell
Title: Former Ohio State safety Jahsen Wint finds a new home
Sourced From: buckeyeswire.usatoday.com/2023/05/29/ohio-state-football-former-ohio-state-safety-jahsen-wint-finds-a-new-home/
Published Date: Mon, 29 May 2023 21:48:36 +0000