Ohio State expects Chase Young's star defensive end to be awarded a four-game loan loan from a family friend, ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit sources said.
Bookkeepers hope Young's appeal to the NCAA case
The duration of the deferral is tied to the monetary value of the loan that Young said he took in 2018, a loan he said he paid .
Sources have confirmed to Herbstreit that Young's loan money was used to help his girlfriend attend Road Bowl.
Athletic first reports the reason for Young's loan.
Ohio State hopes to hear Young & # 39; s decision
by next week, Young leads the FBS with 13.5 sacks and is tied for the second time with 15.5 rounds for loss.
He tied Ohio State records for the sacks (four) and the fight for loss (five) at Bookies last game, a 38-7 win over Wisconsin on Oct. 26, he needs half a sack to set the one-season record of the Vernon Golston team, set in 2007.
The young man, a native of Maryland, will come out in Saturday's game against the Turps. The Buckeyes' last three regular-season regular-season games are against Rutgers, Penn State and Michigan.
At 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, Young is considered a potential No. 1 pick in next spring's NFL draft if he decides to give up his last season of eligibility with the Bouquets. ESPN's Mel Cyprus Jr. ranked Young as the No. 1 player available for the 2020 draft in his last Grand Board.