​Offseason ​college football is a time for athletes to prove that they deserve the starting spot. Some players, though, lose sight of what is important, and get into trouble.


​Marcus Hooker, a three-star DB recruit in the 2018 class was charged with a DUI after being arrested earlier this month. 

​​Hooker was also charged with disregarding traffic lanes, careless driving, no rear lights, and purchase of alcohol by a minor. 


Hooker, the No. 60 cornerback and the 20th overall prospect from Pennsylvania has been on Ohio State's campus since earlier this month. He has been practicing with the team and vying for a starting position over a returning sophomore, Isaiah Pryor. 

With Hooker's latest actions, it seems like the starting position is now wide open for Pryor. He is a 4-star safety from Georgia who made 54 tackles in his senior season of high school. Pryor did not have a break-out year last season as a Buckeye, but he has put the work in and is ready for his sophomore season.


As long as Pryor doesn't take any tips from Marcus Hooker, a starting spot should be secured for the blossoming sophomore.