The return of Big Ten football has spurred one of the league’s top draft prospects, Ohio State CB Shaun Wade, to opt back in to the 2020 college season after announcing he would opt out and prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft.

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Wade revealed his opt-in decision Thursday on ESPN:

“I’m going to come back and be a Buckeye and really gonna strive for this national championship like I was back in January (when I decided not to enter the 2020 draft),”

Wade is considered one of beat protective backs in college football. A redshirt junior this drop, he broke up eight passes from the nickelback position in 2019 and is anticipated to play more on the exterior in 2020. NFL.com examiner Daniel Jeremiah, after scouting three of Wade’s diversion tapes from final season, composed that Swim likely would have been a first-round draft choice this year, had he entered the draft. He is the another in an noteworthy line of Ohio State cornerback prospects; in three of the final four drafts, the primary cornerback chosen has come from the Buckeyes.

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