23 Marc Hicks

Marc Hicks Ohio State
usaUnited States
Davis, CA
High School
Current Team
Ohio State
1988, 1989

Major: Recreation Education (1988-89)

Weight: 205 (1989), 210 (1988)

1989 Media Guide: Marc Hicks is an outstanding athlete whose brief career with the Buckeyes has been marred by injuries … lost considerable playing time last year due to a sprained ankle suffered in warmups before the LSU game … underwent surgery on his left wrist this past March and did not take part in spring practice … healthy, he has the skill and speed to help at running back or wide receiver … a big play athlete … transferred to OSU from Cal-Berkeley in the spring of 1987.

1988: Played in 10 games, but logged a total of just 69 minutes … began the year at split end, but moved to tailback after Vince Workman was declared ineligible … carried the ball 29 times for 131 yards … also had 14 receptions for 201 yards and one touchdown … averaged 19.4 yards per run back on 12 kickoff returns.

1988 Media Guide: Transferred to Ohio State from Cal-Berkeley in the Spring of 1987 … sat out last year in accordance with NCAA rules … did not practice last fall and only sparingly last spring in an attempt to successfully complete enough hours to be eligible in 1988.

1987: Transfer year.

1985-86: Had two impressive years at Cal, rushing for 538 yards as a freshman and 357 as a sophomore … totaled 53 receptions for 656 yards, including 34 catches for 345 yards as a sophomore … punted 27 times as a frosh and averaged 36.9 yards per kick.

High School: Parade All-American … ran for 1,220 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior, even though he missed two games … 1,448 yards and 25 TD’s as a sophomore, when Davis finished with a 10-1 record … scored 97 career touchdowns.

Personal: An outstanding baseball player, he was drafted by the Minnesota Twins out of high school.


SeasonTeamGGSRush AttRush YdsRush AvgRush TDRecRec YdsRec AvgRec TDLngFumLostFRKRKR YdsKR AvgKR TD
1988Ohio State100291314.501420114.41441001223319.40