Ohio State Overview: Binjimen Victor is a true junior who has displayed terrific skill and ability for the Buckeyes throughout his first two seasons … he averages a touchdown reception on nearly one out of every three receptions, and he enters the 2018 season with 27 career catches for 413 yards and a team-high eight touchdown receptions … he is coming off a breakout 2017 season when he caught 23 passes for 339 yards, a 15.2-yard average and seven touchdowns … trailed only Johnnie Dixon (eight) in TD catches … Victor played in all 14 games and earned game “champion” honors by the OSU coaches twice, after the UNLV and Nebraska games … he set his personal bests last season in receptions (four twice, consecutively vs. Maryland and Nebraska), receiving yards (69 vs. Rutgers) and touchdowns (two vs. Illinois) … has played in 19 games as a Buckeye and is a two-year Varsity O letterwinner … he is majoring in criminology & criminal justice.
More on Binjimen: U.S. Army All-American bowl participant and consensus 4-star prospect (ESPN, Rivals, Scout, 247Sports) Binjimen Victor caught 42 passes for 846 yards and scored 15 touchdowns as a senior at Coconut Creek High School for coach Kareem Reid … was named second-team Class 5A all-state and first-team all-Broward County as a senior … he had 44 receptions for 811 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior … he was considered a Top 15 receiver prospect nationally, with Scout ranking him No. 10, 247Sports No. 12 with Rivals ranking him at No. 18 … overall, he was a Top 100 prospect with national rankings of Nos. 66, 91 and 99 by Scout, Rivals and 247Sports, respectively … he also was considered the No. 2 receiver from Florida by Scout and the No. 15 player in the talent-rich state overall by Rivals … Victor competed at The Opening in July, 2015 in Beaverton, Ore. … he is the son of Yolette Stepha.