Ohio State WR Kamryn Babb calls it a career after 5 years

Kamryn Babb

There comes a time to move on and call it a career.

Today, Ohio State wide receiver Kamryn Babb announced the end to his college career.

A four-time OSU Scholar-Athlete, Babb has his degree in Communications to go out into the workforce.

The Buckeyes captain posted a video on his Twitter page telling his followers that he won’t return for a sixth season: https://twitter.com/i/status/1615405311887609864

Popular with his teammates as he led by example, Babb was a four-star recruit before joining Ohio State, but injuries got in the way for him to get playing time. He tore his ACL four times, injuring each knee twice. It was simply incredible that he even was able to play during the 2022 season.

 Babb, had his moment of glory in a November rout of the Indiana Hoosiers when he scored a TD on his first career reception. It was a specific play called by QB C.J. Stroud in consultation with head coach Ryan Day.

Kamryn Babb after scoring the TD against Indiana (courtesy 247 Sports)