9 Binjimen Victor

Binjimen Victor Ohio State
usaUnited States
Fort Lauderdale, FL
High School
Coconut Grove
Past Teams
Ohio State
2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Post-OSU Update: Binjimen Victor was not selected in the 2020 NFL Draft, but he signed with the Giants after. Victor did not make the team, but spent the season with the team on their practice squad. In 2021, he spent the year in the Ravens practice squad and resigned with the team in 2022. He played two regular season games with Baltimore in 2022, recording a tackle. In late 2023, Victor signed with Birmingham of the UFL. (updated: Feb. 2024)

Major: Criminology and Criminal Justice (2018-19), Undeclared (2017)

Weight: 199 (2019), 200 (2018), 195 (2017), 185 (2016)

2019 Media Guide: One of the most experienced receivers on the 2019 roster, Binjimen Victor has played in 33 career games and currently ranks 22nd in school history with 12 touchdown receptions … his most memorable touchdown catch of the 2018 season came at Penn State, a 47-yard catch and run that jump started the Buckeyes’ 27-26 come-from-behind victory … he finished the 2018 season with 21 receptions for 354 yards and four touchdowns … caught a huge, game-tying TD pass with 52 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter of a 52-51 overtime win over Maryland … also caught TD passes vs. Tulane and Indiana … had personal bests of five receptions and 67 receiving yards vs. Purdue … is the Buckeyes’ second-leading active receiver in career yards (767) and the leader in career touchdowns (12) … averages a touchdown reception on one out of every four receptions … enters in the 2019 season with 48 career receptions.

2018 Media Guide: Binjimen Victor is a true junior who has displayed terrific talent 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.

2017 Media Guide: Binjimen Victor is a true sophomore who played in five games last season as a true freshman and earned his first Varsity O letter … he caught four passes for 64 yards with one touchdown … he had two catches for 36 yards with a 25-yard touchdown catch in the win over Maryland … made a 21-yard reception in the College Football Playoff semifinals vs. Clemson … he is exploring majors.

2016 Media Guide: U.S. Army All-American bowl participant and consensus 4-star prospect (ESPN, Rivals, Scout, 247Sports) Binjimen Victor committed to Ohio State on Jan. 18 and within hours two more consensus 4-star prospects – LB Keandre Jones and QB Dwayne Haskins – committed as well to give the Buckeyes truly a “Big Monday”.

High School: Victor caught 42 passes for 846 yards and scored 15 touchdowns as a senior at Coconut
Creek High School for coach Kareem Reid and was named second-team Class 5A all-state and first-team all-Broward County … 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 … the No.88 player overall by Prepstar and a member of its Dream Team … 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.

Personal: He is the son of Yolette Stepha.


SeasonTeamGGSTgtRecRec YdsRec AvgRec TDLng2 Pt ConvFumLost
2016Ohio State50NA46416.0125000
2017Ohio State142NA2334915.2748000
2018Ohio State141NA2135416.9447000
2019Ohio State1414NA3557316.4660000