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Jaxson Smith-Njigba may be College Football’s best player

Written by Tony Ghaul

Ohio State receiver Jackson Smith-Njigba’s last game that he played was the Rose Bowl and all he did was catch 15 passes for 347 yards and 3 touchdowns. Ohio State was without receivers Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson, who both opted out of the game due to declaring for the NFL draft. Smith-Njigba finished the 2021 season as the Buckeyes leading receiver with 95 catches for 1,606 and nine touchdowns.

Ohio State was loaded with offensive talent last year with QB C.J. Stroud, RB Trey Veyon Henderson, WR’s Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson, but the one player who is always stood out to me was Jackson Smith-Njigba. He is always seemed to be the player who made the big play or scored the key touchdown.

Jaxson Smith-Njigba is a explosive threat with good deep speed. He is a weapon, a big play machine. He gets to play with a top quarterback in C.J. Stroud and Ohio State is always loaded with great talent. To me, Smith-Njigba is the best player in college football and he will cause a lot of problems for opposing defenses.

Jaxson Smith-Njigba may be College Football’s best player

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Tony Ghaul