21. This is Parris Campbell’s year to be the man on Ohio State’s offense. With 12 career starts, he is the most experience member of the wide receiver group. His 121 career yards on 13 receptions are far from impressive, but he has an opportunity to expand on that greatly. Campbell looks to slide into the H-back role previously filled by Curtis Samuel. Urban Meyer has been raving about Campbell this off season, and by all accounts he looks like he’s ready to be the featured man in OSU’s passing attack. Campbell should get touches on special teams as well, as he was the Buckeyes’ main kick returner last year. He’s going to have plenty of opportunities to make plays this year, and I’m excited to see what he and JT Barrett can do together under new OC Kevin Wilson.