Watch Jeremiah Smith catch a ridiculous touchdown at Ohio State football practice

The Ohio State football team has some of the best receivers in the country. The true freshman caught a ridiculous touchdown pass during Spring practice.
Mar 7, 2024; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Jeremiah Smith (4) returns a punt
Mar 7, 2024; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Jeremiah Smith (4) returns a punt / Adam Cairns/Columbus Dispatch / USA

The Ohio State football team is still in the middle of spring practice. The Buckeyes will have their Spring Game next weekend and that will allow fans to see the team for the first time. One of the players that fans are eager to see is true freshman receiver Jeremiah Smith.

Smith already has a lot of hype surrounding him. He lost his black stripe faster than any other player in history. He has so much talent that Ryan Day is afraid to give him a ceiling because he hasn't seen one yet. There's a chance that he ends up starting for the Buckeyes this season.

The rest of the Buckeyes got a flash of just how good he can be during practice on Saturday afternoon. Smith caught a ridiculous pass with just one hand. You can take a look at the catch in the clip below from Ohio State's social media team.

There are not a lot of people on the planet who can make a catch like that. Forget about other receivers in college football, just anyone else who has the hand-eye coordination to be able to do that. Smith has uncommon talent and it's really nice to have him in Columbus.

Ohio State football fans are going to love him when the Fall rolls around, no matter how many snaps he gets. Even if he isn't the number two receiver, he very well could be the number three receiver. This guy just has to be on the field. He's too talented to be on the bench for that long.

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The running game is going to be more of a focus for Ohio State this season under Chip Kelly. Still, Smith is going to be a big part of the game plan, especially later in the season once he gets his feet under him.