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Jahsen Wint
2017-2018 Football Profile
#23 - Sophomore - Safety
Season Profiles:  2017 | 2016 | 2015
About Jahsen Wint
Home Town: Brooklyn, New York
School: Erasmus Hall
Height: 5-10
Weight: 190
Forty Yard: 4.56

Ht: 5-11 Wt: 186
40-yard dash: 4.56
20-yard shuttle: 
Vertical jump:
Recruiting Ranking
Rivals: 3-Star NR ATH
Scout: 3-Star #40 S
247Sports: 3-Star #60 ATH
ESPN: 4-Star #21 ATH

Jahsen Wint, a receiver/linebacker at Erasmus Hall and coached by Danny Landberg, projects as a safety for the Buckeyes ... a 4-star prospect (ESPN), Wint comes from the same school as current Buckeye Curtis Samuel ... an all-NYSSWA Class AA linebacker as a senior, Wint was rated as high as the No. 1 athlete in New York state by ESPN and the No. 1 safety prospect by Scout ... he also earned the No. 21 athlete ranking nationally by ESPN ... overall, he was selected as the No. 7 player in the state by Rivals ... Wint helped the Dutchmen to consecutive Public School Athletic League championship games ... was named to the all-USA New York team by USA Today ... also competed in track and field (middle distance sprints and long jump) ... Wint is the oldest of five children ... Mom is Claudette Ramos and he is also extremely close to an aunt, Diana Wint.

Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers, Boston College, Temple, Albany

Compares To
Ira Guilford, Sirjo Welch

Scouting Report
Big-hitting safety prospect who played a lot of linebacker in high school. No fear in run support. Can he cover in a one-on-one situation like the Buckeyes need? The coaches believe he can, at least eventually.

Immediate Projection
A redshirt year is likely as Wint better learns the position and what Ohio State wants from him. Is the type who could help immediately in kick coverage, however.

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