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Ohio State has produced as many good receivers in the past 25 years as any other school in the country, and the two best from those eras couldn't be more different.
Cris Carter was a possession receiver, who set the bar for what receivers with his size need to do. He had 168 receptions as a Buckeye and became the first OSU receiver to be an All-American.
Ted Ginn, Jr. may have been the fastest receiver in school history, with an ability to get behind almost any DB at will.
Ginn finished his career with over 4,000 all-purpose yards and 26 touchdowns between rushing, receiving and returning.
His last touchdown was a kickoff return against the Florida Gators in the 2007 BCS National Championship Game. Unfortunately, he got injured and missed the rest of the game.
Ohio State has not had a great history of TEs, but John Frank was an excellent player at the position.
Frank is the career leader among TEs in receptions (121) and yards with 1,481. He was a two-time All-American.