5. Marvin Harrison Jr.
Outside of a handful of quarterbacks set to get their shine this upcoming year, no player around college football is better set to challenge for a contending spot outside the position than the Ohio State wide receiver. Entering the upcoming season as a lock for a selection at the top of the 2024 NFL Draft – following a campaign that included 1,263 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns – Harrison should be primed for similar results as the primary wideout in 2023. Even with wide receiver Emeka Egbuka likely to dip into some of his production, Harrison has a solid chance to repeat his past season’s work if he can get on the same page with whichever quarterback the Buckeyes end up going with.