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Ohio State Training Camp Cards – Jordan Hall, Reid Fragel, Andrew Sweat,

August 31, 2011

In the third installment of the Ohio State Training Camp Card set we take a look three important offensive weapons and a key returner for the Silver Bullet defense. All the images are courtesy of The Ohio State Buckeyes’ Facebook page.

Jordan Hall
Jordan Hall came to Columbus three years ago as Terrelle Pryor’s friend. For the 2011 season, Hall will be the starting running back for the first five games of the season until Daniel “Boom” Herron’s return.Hall, a small, speedy back, was also Ohio State’s top contributors in the return game last season. He averaged 9.92 yards on punt returns, second in the Big Ten, and 27.94 on kick returns, 16th in NCAA, in 2010.
Reid Fagel
One of two experienced tight ends on the Ohio State roster, junior Reid Fragel provides a big target in the secondary.The 6-8, 280 pound junior caught a five-yard touchdown against Iowa and hauled in a 42-yard reception in the Sugar Bowl against Arkansas.
Andrew Sweat
Linebacker Andrew Sweat looks to continue Ohio State’s run of great linebackers after a big 2010.Last season as a sophomore starter, he recorded an interception against Wisconsin, and forced a fumble, lead the team in tackles and earned the Jack Tatum Hit of the Week Award against Purdue.

Sweat is also an academic All-Big Ten selection as a finance major at Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business.

Jake Stoneburner
Jake Stoneburner will be Ohio State’s leading returning receiver in the season opener against Akron with 21 receptions last season.The Dublin, Ohio native, like Fragel is a tall target, caught a pair of touchdowns last season and had three catches in the Sugar Bowl. Against Ohio University, he was named the team’s offensive player of the week with five catches for 61 yards and a touchdown.
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