Ohio State Overview
• Lloyd McFarquhar joined the Ohio State football program in the summer of 2018 and is in his fourth year with the team
• Played in one game during both the 2019 and 2020 seasons
• Has been a part of three teams that won the Big Ten championship teams and two that played in the College Football Playoff
More on Lloyd
• Is majoring in political science.
• A two-way player for head coach Jeff Fink at Charles F. Brush High School
• All-conference defensive back as a junior and senior
• Also lined up at wide receiver
• Intercepted four passes and added 12 pass breakups as a senior to help Brush reached the Region 5 semifinals
• Named a Western Reserve Conference school-athlete
• Recipient of the Comier Award, given annually by the South Euclid Lyndhust School District to a senior football player in recognition of outstanding character, scholarship and service
• Three-year member of Brush’s track and field team
• Also wrestled as a freshman and sophomore
• Has six brothers and sisters
• Is the son of Timika Thomas and Lloyd McFarquhar Sr.