Drew Cressman says goodbye to Buckeye Nation, announces the NFL draft

With the advent of the 2020 soccer season in Ohio, it is time for eligible Buckeyes to make their decisions regarding their future. Will they announce the NFL 2021 draft or will they return to Scarlet and Gray for another year of college football? This year is even more memorable, with each player earning an additional year of eligibility by the NCAA.

On Friday night, the gambler Drew Cressman He became the second Buckeye player to announce he’s heading to NFL. Chrisman posted a message on his social media accounts By decision. Ohio State Corner Sean Wade Advertise His decision to go to the NFL earlier Friday. The message is written below.

First of all, I would like to thank family and friends for their endless support during all the athletics years leading up to this point. I’d also like to thank the trainers and support staff in Ohio for developing into the man I am today. The past five years of playing with Buckeyes have given me friends and memories that will last a lifetime. The brotherhood is real and I loved every second of it. After careful consideration and talk to coaches and family members I have decided to announce the 2021 NFL project To continue my football journey. Thank you Buckeye Nation and as always … Go Bucks!

Cressman was a three-star recruiter and Gambler No. 1 in the Recruiting Category of 2016. He is late to his first year in Ohio but starting in 2017, Chrisman took over as the starting opponent for Team Buckeyes. In his final year with Scarlett & Gray, Chrisman racked 27 times by an average of 45 yards. Chrisman missed the Big Ten Championship due to COVID-19 protocols.

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Here is information on Cressman From his bio on OhioStateBuckeyes.com.

It enters its first season as one of the Big Ten’s best gamblers and nationally
His career average is 43.9 yards per kick, and he is ranked fifth in Ohio’s history
• Putting 72 balls into the 20-yard line, the third-largest number in the program’s history
44.3 yards per kick helped Buckeyes rank # 3 in the Big Ten in Net Kicks of 2019
• Rank for a full season of 61 yards vs. Michigan
• Three of its five continents have fallen into the 20-yard line opposite Northwestern
• Restore your quarterback days in high school by completing a 21-yard pass in a fake kick in the second quarter of Big Ten Championship Game vs. Wisconsin
Ohio was ranked in the top ten in net kicks in 2018 with an average of 41.6 yards, a number that was the sixth best nationwide
Ranked National Honors from Ray Jay for the week after averaging 47.9 yards from nine shots in the upcoming win from behind, in White Punkers conditions, Pennsylvania.
• He was better in winning Michigan, dropping all five of his second-half shots inside the Spartan 6-yard streak, and leading straight to nine points in Ohio, in fistfights in frost won by foot, 26-6
• 29 kicks broke into the 20 during the 2018 season, the second largest number in the school’s history
• 15 of the 27 balls were dropped last season within the 10
• In 2017, as a junior in red shirt, he was one of the Ray Jay Award semi-finalists and the third team of all Big Ten gamblers after averaging 44.2 yards per kick to finish second in the Big Ten Conference and 14th nationally
• Take 25 kicks into the 20, 15 at 50 yards
• His average net worth of 41.1 helped the Buckeyes to lead the Big Ten and ranked ninth nationally
He had no game as he averaged under 45 yards per kick during the last five matches of the season (all wins), and was listed as the best 48.5 yards per day versus Michigan

honors and awards
2020: The All-American Pre-Season Second Team by Chris Celler Kicking
All-Big Ten Honorable Mention (Coaches, Media)
Academic All Ten Senior and OSU Sports Scholar
2018: The Third All-Big Ten Team (Coaches and Media)
Ray Jay, semi-finalist
Academic All Ten Senior and OSU Sports Scholar
Ray Jay, semi-finalist
Academic All Ten Senior and OSU Sports Scholar

Flipping the field … and bottles
• Last year, Chrisman became a world-famous bottle finisher. And he’s still adding degrees of difficulty and moving targets to his repertoire

Spring game surprise
Chrisman posed to his now fiancée – Avery Eliasson of Lawrenceburg, Indiana – at the end of the first half of the 2019 Spring Match at Ohio Stadium
• He set it up by acting as a stand for a goal-kicking competition with the role of Avery. Chrisman suggested stopping her, though, and she’s still on one knee. Avery said, „Yes.”

More on Drue
Chrisman was considered No. 1 in the Recruiting Category of 2016 with 247 Sports ranked him No. 1, with the prestigious Kohl’s Kicking and Penalties Organization ranking him No. 1 (out of 81 gamblers) and Scout ranking him No. 2
• averaged 46.4 and 43.0 yards per kick during the 2015 and 2014 LaSalle seasons, respectively
The Lancers, coached by Jim Hilvert, have won consecutive Ohio State Division Two championships in those seasons.
The Associated Press named the state’s Division Two First Team as senior after earning honors from the Second Team in all states in 2014
• The first team of the Great Catholic League
• Named the entire US state of Ohio by USA Today
• An all-American American army
• He was a 38 of 40 with extra points as a senior and kicked a 41-yard field goal winner with a 10-second play to help LaSalle defeat Colerain, 39-36, in a major match
• He is the son of Sheila and Travis Cressman

On top of his ability as a gambler, Chrisman is also one of the best bottle fins in the country. Whichever NFL team he chooses, he will have a multi-sport athlete.

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