Despite their conservative style, Ohio State has been a pipeline to the NFL for talent.
Not only is the No. 1 receiver Posey good enough to be a first round draft pick, hes good enough to be a No. 1 at the next level if he refines his technique.
At 6'2" and 213 lbs, a 33-inch vertical, and a 21.5 200, Posey has all the physical tools to get the job done (UNDERSTATEMENT). Not only that, but Posey is a smart player as well. He can change a game around. Or he can ever throw you a touchdown pass, like the one he threw against New Mexico State, If he can refine his technique, and not take plays off when blocking, he is a definite Bednarik Award Finalist.
With Posey grabbing all the attention Sanzenbacher managed to amass quite a nice total of 36 catches for 570 yards, six touchdowns, and a 15.8 YPC.
While undersized, he runs sharp routes and is shifty. He will continue to produce, and can be be considered as steady a receiver as any.
The biggest surprise player this year, will be a different kind of receiver.
The tight end, Jake Stoneburner, has great size at 6'5" and 245 lbs and will definitely become a much larger part of the offense. He has steady hands and create match-up problems all over.