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Maggs turns into the twelfth individual from Ohio State's 2022 enrolling class to shed his dark stripe.
Ohio State green bean quarterback Bricklayer Maggs lost his dark stripe following Wednesday night's training,
at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center in a custom that implies his status as an authority individual from the group.
"This person's been giving us an extraordinary look in scout group," overseer of player improvement C.J. Barnett told the group on Wednesday.
The 6-foot-2 and 218-pound Maggs joined the program this late spring as a stroll on from Dublin (Ohio) Coffman,
where he tossed for 1,786 yards, scrambled for 861 yards and scored 30 complete scores as a senior.
Maggs is the child of previous hostile lineman Weave Maggs, who was a two-year starter at focus during the 1980s.
He decided to stroll on at Ohio State over grant offers from projects like Findlay, Lake Erie School and Ohio Dominican.