Star Wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba of the Ohio State Buckeyes came into the 2022 college football season as maybe the best receiver in the country.
Sadly, he hasn't played much since breaking his leg during the team's season-opening victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
But it seems like the incoming first-round pick will finally play in Saturday's matchup between Ohio State and the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Jaxon Smith-Njigba is expected to play for the first time since the team's matchup with the Toledo Rockets earlier in the season
because he was not listed as "unavailable" or a "game-time decision" when the team released its availability report prior to Saturday's game.
According to Eleven Warriors, Smith-Njigba has only played 38 snaps for Ohio State so far this season, tallying just four catches for 36 yards and no touchdowns.