Recent Julian Fleming Notes
Kyle McCord earned Ohio State football’s starting job — and another chance to prove himself
Ryan Day provides Ohio State football injury update for preseason camp
5 breakout candidates for Ohio State football in 2023 season
What Mylan Graham wants Ohio State football's wide receiver room to look like in 2024
Recent Julian Fleming Features
Heavy Traffic Already in CFB Transfer Portal
2024 NFL Draft: Early Look at NDS Top 200, includes Nine QBs
Week 8: Fleming logged 76 snaps in Ohio State's 20-12 win, handing Penn State it's first loss of 2023. Fleming was targeted five times and, for the second week in a row, caught one pass for nine yards. — JH
Week 7: In Ohio State's 41-7 thrashing of Purdue, Fleming caught one pass for nine yards. He also had one drop.
Week 6: As was his teammate Cade Stover, Fleming was highly productive on his two catches, going for 45 yards, with a long of 47. Fleming has shown reliable hands this year — he still has no drops after six weeks (21 targets). — JH
Week 5: DNP — bye week
Week 4: An underwhelming game for Fleming in Ohio State's last-second win over Notre Dame. The receiver was tarteted just three times, catching two for eight yards. — JH
Week 3: Fleming had two catches for 17 yards in Ohio State's thrashing of Western Kentucky, 63-10, as Harrison Jr. and Egbuka again had strong days, joined by TE Cade Stover's 90 receiving yards. Fleming graded out very well in his run blocking. — JH
Week 2: With Marvin Harrison Jr. and Emeka Egbuka getting most of the opportunities, Fleming played more of a supporting role in Ohio State's win over Youngstown State, 35-7. Targeted three times, he caught three passes for 25 yards. — JH
Week 1: In Ohio State's season-opening 23-3 win over visiting Indiana, Fleming caught a team-high six passes for 58 yards. He had 23 of those yards after the catch. — JH
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
2023: Is a senior academically but has two seasons of eligibility, including an extra year because of the 2020 pandemic season…Enters 2023 with a reception in 12 consescutive games
2022: Started nine games and played in 11…Caught 34 passes for 533 yards and six touchdowns…Caught a touchdown pass in five consecutive games (Toledo, Wisconsin, Rutgers, Michigan State and Iowa), including a personal best two vs. Toledo…Caught a career-high tying five passes against both Michigan and against Georgia in the CFP semifinals (also caught five vs. Utah in the Rose Bowl)...Had a high of 105 receiving yards vs. Iowa.
2021: Played in eight games, starting one…Caught 12 passes for 86 yards and one TD on the season.
2020: Scored his first collegiate touchdown in 2020, a 4-yard scoring play in the win over Michigan State.
High school: Attended Southern Columbia High in Catawissa, PA…Was the nation’s top-ranked wide receiver and overall player as a high school senior in 2018, according to ESPN.com…The No. 2 overall player by 247Sports…Named PennLive’s Pennsylvania Player of the Year in 2019 as well as Pennsylvania’s Gatorade Player of the Year…A finalist for the Gatorade National Player of the Year award…Played in the ESPN Under Armour All-American Game…Is the state career leader in touchdown receptions (77) and receiving yards (5,514) and had 255 career receptions…72 receptions for 1,582 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior as Southern Columbia won its 10th PIAA state championship…Had 78 catches for 1,524 yards and 22 TDs in 2018…Also returned three interceptions for touchdowns and had a punt return TD…A three-sport star who also played basketball and won the Class AA 100-meter dash at the PIAA Track and Field Championships…Named Pennsylvania’s Gatorade Player of the Year and Class AA State Player of the Year by the Pennsylvania Football Writers in 2018
Is the son of Betsy Fleming….Has a younger sister, Quinci…He’s in a pre-business academic program…Social Media: Twitter: @julian_040 / Instagram: @julian___1
Pro Day Results: