Josh Proctor


Player profile

  • Height 6-2
  • Weight 205
  • Hometown Owasso, Okla.
  • Last School Owasso
  • Year Senior

Follow on Social Media
Twitter: @jproctor_2018

Ohio State Overview
• Has appeared in 27 games over the past three seasons, making a mark of special teams while backing up Jordan Fuller at safety in 2018 and 2019 before earning a starting position in 2020.
• Had 20 tackles – 16 solo – in seven games last season with one tackle for loss, two pass breakups and one interception
• Had four tackles, one interception and one pass defended in the Big Ten Championship Game vs. Northwestern
• Played in 11 games during his sophomore season in 2019, finishing with 13 tackles and one interception.
• Had a season-high four tackles – three solo – in the College Football Playoff Semifinal against Clemson
• Made his first career interception in the season-opener against Florida Atlantic
• A career-high two pass breakups at Indiana
• Appeared in nine games as a true freshman for the Big Ten and Rose Bowl champions

Honors & Awards
2020: Honorable Mention All-Big Ten

More on Josh
• Was a four-star prospect and a member of the ESPN 300
• The No. 80 overall player by Rivals and the No. 7 safety prospect
• Rated as the nation’s No. 7 safety, No. 71 overall prospect and No. 2 player in the state of Oklahoma by 247Sports
• Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American game
• In addition to playing safety, Proctor also lined up at wide receiver for Owasso and was a member of the school’s basketball team
• Had a 100-yard interception return in the 2017 season opener
• Played for head coach Bill Blankenship
• Led Owasso to a 12-1 record and the school’s first Class 6A-I state championship since 1974
• Parents are LaVonia and Kevin Proctor