2. Chip Trayanum could be a problem for defenses in 2023
I’m buying all the stock in Chip Trayanum after the spring game. Granted, he got a bulk of the carries with TreVeyon Henderson and Milan Williams unavailable, but he didn’t disappoint. He rushed for 110 yards and a 65-yard touchdown on just eight carries. He looked really good.
This comes just a year after he decided to transfer back home to Ohio State following a two-year career with Arizona State in which he rushed for 692 yards and 10 touchdowns in 13 total games. He showed flashes, but never really broke out.
He played primarily on special teams for Ohio State last year before taking over in the final game against Michigan with a depleted room and he had 14 rushes for 83 yards. Trayanum seemed to carry that momentum over into the spring game.
The former highly-touted athlete recruit is back at his natural position and he looks like he’s going to push some guys for carries in 2023 and he’ll be a problem for opposing defenses much like he was on Saturday afternoon.