Ohio State '18 FL DB (SR) - Sevyn Banks

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    SEVYN BANKS - CORNERBACK
    At 6-foot-1, 200-pounds, Banks also has the size and range Ohio State looks for in a cornerback. The assumption is that Banks, also a junior, will battle Brown for a starting spot all throughout camp. It will be interesting to see if we find out which will start more than a day before the season opener against Nebraska.

    In 170 snaps last season, including 33 versus Michigan, Banks was pretty active with 11 tackles, three pass breakups, 1.5 tackles for loss and an interception. He also certainly has the personality for the position.

    No matter who starts, it's a fair expectation that both Brown and Banks will see extensive time this season as Coombs retools the secondary.

    What'll be interesting is whether either one could end up playing more slot than anyone is currently anticipating after Coombs spoke about senior Marcus Williamson having the perfect size and skill set to play inside. Maybe foolishly, I guess I'm not quite sold on Williamson have a stranglehold on that spot.

    Even if Williamson does, assuming Ohio State still plays a fair amount of single-high safety, there could be room for Brown and Banks on the field together at times.

    Bottom line, both Brown and Banks have to play big for Ohio State's secondary to avoid a significant drop off from last year.
     
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