J.K. Dobbins second team; Parris Campbell and Isaiah Prince third team; 11 Buckeyes honored
2016 Season (Sophomore): Prince, as one of three new starters on the offensive line, started all 13 games for the 11-2 at right tackle ... he led the team in offensive plays from scrimmage with 945 ... he was part of a unit that helped the Buckeyes lead the Big Ten in rushing - 245.2 yards per game; 11th nationally - and total offense at 459.2 yards per game ... the offensive line was also one of three nationally selected as a finalist for the Joe Moore Offensive Line of the Year Award.
2015 Season (Freshman): Prince was one of only four true freshman to play for the Buckeyes in 2015 ... he earned playing time on special teams in all 13 games and earned his first Varsity O letter ... he was in on 114 plays.
More on Isaiah: Prince was a pleasant surprise - at least publicly - on signing day as the consensus 4-star offensive lineman chose to sign his National Letter of Intent with Ohio State ... he was a Top 10 offensive tackle prospect by Rivals (No. 4), Scout (No. 6) and 247Sports (No. 7) while ESPN rated him No. 22 ... his overall rankings included No. 67 by Rivals , No. 74 by Scout and No. 105 by 247Sports, and he was also listed on the ESPN 300 ... Prince was considered the No. 1 player in the state of Maryland as a senior and he was a consensus all-state pick in 2014 in addition to earning Washington Post all-metro honors for three years ... he helped his team to an 11-1 record in 2014, including advancing to a state 4A regional final ... he was selected to be a U.S. Army All-American ... is the son of Marjorie and Anthony Price.
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