Urban Meyer provided updates on a handful of injured Ohio State football players Tuesday when he met with reporters on the first day of spring practice.
Four returning Ohio State players — wide receiver K.J. Hill, cornerback Jeffrey Okudah, offensive tackle Michael Jordan and linebacker Dante Booker — will all be out for the spring with shoulder injuries. All four of the players are expected to be key contributors in 2018.
Meyer says Michael Jordan, K.J. Hill, Jeffrey Okudah and Dante Booker are all out for spring practice.
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Meyer also confirmed that Matthew Baldwin, an Ohio State quarterback signee in the 2018 recruiting class, has a torn ACL. Baldwin was hurt playing in the Texas state title game in December.
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