Ohio State’s Wyatt Davis attempting to return after Massive Ten determination

With the Massive Ten saying its return to the sphere, Ohio State offensive lineman Wyatt Davis is hoping to be part of it. 

Davis introduced his intention to choose out of the season and declare for the 2021 NFL draft final week in an interview with Yahoo Sports activities’ Pete Thamel. Now that the Massive Ten has reversed course and goals to start its season the weekend of Oct. 24, Davis stated in a press release Wednesday that he needs to return to the Ohio State soccer staff. 

“I used to be extremely comfortable to study right now concerning the Massive Ten’s determination to play soccer this fall,” Davis stated. “Thanks President Johnson, Mr. Smith, Dr. Borchers and to all who labored so arduous for our secure return. I need Buckeye Nation to know that I wish to play this season for Ohio State and I’m working now to make {that a} actuality. Thanks for the assist. Go Buckeyes.”

Davis stated final week that uncertainty concerning the season in the end led to his determination to declare for the draft. He referred to as the choice “heartbreaking.”

“My household and I have been ready to listen to any excellent news that there could be a risk to play within the fall,” Davis advised Yahoo Sports activities when saying his intention to declare for the draft. “Because the weeks went on, after the preliminary cancellation, the information didn’t appear in favor that we’d have a possibility to play for a nationwide championship if there was a season. At this level, my household and I made the choice that it might be my greatest determination to take the subsequent step.”

However Davis by no means signed with an agent, making his path again to the sphere in Columbus seemingly very viable. That’s nice information for OSU followers as Davis, a 6-foot-4, 315-pound guard, is projected as a possible first-round NFL expertise by some evaluators. 

Davis advised Yahoo Sports activities that he believes this OSU staff has the expertise to win a nationwide championship. Now he’ll seemingly have that chance. And it stays to be seen if one other latest OSU choose out — star defensive again Shaun Wade — will be a part of him. Like Davis, Wade has not signed with an agent, in response to Sports activities Illustrated.

Ohio State offensive lineman Wyatt Davis (52) through the first half of the Fiesta Bowl NCAA school soccer sport towards Clemson, Saturday, Dec. 28, 2019, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photograph/Rick Scuteri).

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