Ohio State's 2014 Dream Team: Offense 

February, 12, 2013
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With the 2014 recruiting class now in full swing, BuckeyeNation wondered what it would be like to create a dream team.

There are stipulations.

The team has to mirror that of the Buckeyes’ offense. That means there aren’t 11 wide receivers or running backs on the squad, just one standout at each position.

To be fair, tackles could move to the guard slot, but they couldn’t be centers. That was the only place this superstar team was allowed some wiggle room. One other thing, if a player was committed -- be it to the Buckeyes or somewhere else -- he was disqualified. The individual also had to have an offer from Ohio State.

Here’s what we came up with:


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