A trio of five-star freshmen stood out as talented youngsters on the Ohio State defensive line in…
Spence Wants To See Improvement As Sophomore
One would think it would be difficult to find someone who was unsatisfied with the performance of freshman defensive lineman Noah Spence last season. After all, Spence shows flashes of the potential that made him a five-star prospect in the class of 2012. The Harrisburg (Pa.) Bishop McDevitt product appeared in all but one game last season and recorded 12 tackles with one sack in a reserve role behind defensive line stalwarts John Simon, Garrett Goebel, Johnathan Hankins and Nathan Williams. Spence saw more of the field as the season went on, as well, getting into the game when Ohio State wanted to utilize an aggressive attack on passing downs. But while the numbers were solid, Spence wasn't pleased with his efforts. "I didn't like what I did at all," Spence said. "I did a couple of little things (well), but I know I could try to be a better player." Spence enters his...
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