2024 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr

Ohio State football headshots Thursday, July 14, 2022, in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo/Jay LaPrete)

Marvin Harrison Jr

Ohio State

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Marvin Harrison Jr

Ohio State

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Career Stats

YearSchoolClassGamesReceptionsReceiving YardsYards Per ReceptionTouchdownsRushing AttemptsRushing YardsYards Per Rushing AttemptRushing Touchdowns
2021Ohio StateFR51113912.630000
2022Ohio StateSO1377126316.41423216.00


  • Possesses a good ability to use quickness and explosiveness through the stem to create separation vertically
  • Very good explosiveness out of his break at the top of the route to separate from the defender
  • Excellent at tracking the ball over his shoulder downfield, as well as in traffic
  • One of the best receivers in this class at adjusting to the ball to make uncomfortable catches


  • Displays inconsistent explosiveness off the line of scrimmage
  • His catch radius can be a bit limited at times
  • Struggles to get to blocks quickly from the line of scrimmage
  • Blocking technique can be sloppy and inconsistent


2024 NFL Draft: Marvin Harrison Jr Draft Profile and Scouting Report

Marvin Harrison Jr, the son of Indianapolis Colts great Marvin Harrison, saw limited playing time as a freshman. However, as a sophomore, he quickly proved himself as one of the best receivers in college football. Out of high school, Harrison Jr was a four-star prospect in the state of Pennsylvania.

Marvin Harrison Jr 40 Time

Projected 40 Time: 4.43 seconds

Harrison Jr was a consistent presence at outside receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes in 2022. Our projected 40 time of 4.43 seconds shows that he possesses a high-level of quickness and acceleration. He possesses a good ability to use quickness and explosiveness through the stem of the route to create separation vertically. However, his quickness off the line of scrimmage can be inconsistent. Displays good suddenness at the top of the route to create separation form the defender at the break. He has an excellent ability to track the ball over his shoulder downfield, as well as in traffic. However, his catch radius appears to be limited. Shows to have a very good ability to adjust and catch uncomfortable passes near his body. Struggles with quickness to reach his blocking assignments from the line of scrimmage. Additionally, his blocking technique is sloppy and inconsistent.

Recruiting Bio

Marvin Harrison Jr was a graduate of St. Joseph’s Prep School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As part of St. Joseph’s, his teams won three-straight Pennsylvania 6A state championships. He was a consensus four-star prospect in the class of 2021 among all of the major recruiting websites. Additionally, he was a consensus top 100 prospect. Marvin Harrison Jr had a score of 0.9583 in the 247Sports Composite.

Prior to his commitment to Ohio State, Marvin Harrison Jr had offers from Syracuse, Florida, Michigan, and LSU.


  • 2022 Biletnikoff Award finalist
  • 2022 Unanimous First-Team All-American
  • 2022 Big Ten Richter-Howard Wide Receiver of the Year
  • 2022 All-Big Ten Conference

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