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Arden adjusts to TE

Arden adjusts to TE

Redgie Arden came to OSU as one of the highest-rated defensive players in the nation. However, he is not on defense anymore. Dave Biddle talked with Redgie about his move to tight end, how he's adjusting, and more.

The accolades were endless for Redgie Arden coming out of high school. SuperPrep first-team All-American, No. 1 overall player in Ohio, Division IV defensive player of the year, three-time first-team All-State. Arden was expected to be the next great linebacker at Ohio State. He had the size, the speed, the toughness and yes, the hype. But not everything pans out like expected. Early last...

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