Ohio State seniors recognized at pregame ceremony
Players, spirit program seniors honored
Twenty-one football seniors and their families were honored for their contributions to The Ohio State University before the final home game of the 2023 season at Ohio Stadium versus Minnesota. The Senior Day honorees also include three student managers.
This year’s fifth-year seniors, who joined the program in 2019, have been part of two Big Ten championship teams, appeared in the College Football Playoff three times and enter Saturday’s game with a record of 52-6 over the past five seasons. They also have a win in the Sugar Bowl and in the Rose Bowl on their career resumes and played in College Football Playoff National Championship Game.
Additionally, Ohio State’s roster includes three six-year players: Xavier Johnson (wide receiver), Josh Proctor (safety) and Matthew Jones (offensive line). Johnson has played in 53 career games – the most of any active player on the roster – while Proctor and Jones have seen action in 48 and 43 games, respectively.
The other senior players honored include:
Parker Lewis (kicker)
Tristan Gebbia (quarterback)
Jack Forsman (offensive line)
Grant Toutant (offensive line)
Chad Ray (quarterback)
Andrew Moore (defensive back)
Quinton Burke (offensive line)
Cameron Kittle (defensive back)
Trey Leroux (offensive line)
Patrick Gurd (tight end)
Jaden McKenzie (defensive line)
Miyan Williams (running back)
Cody Simon (linebacker)
Steele Chambers (linebacker)
Julian Fleming (wide receiver)
Lathan Ransom (safety)
Cade Stover (tight end)
Tommy Eichenberg (linebacker)
The student managers who were recognized are Nolan Clouse, Matt Hart and Hayden Sutton.
Spirit program seniors who were recognized include:
Brutus Support Team