2 Marshon Lattimore

Marshon Lattimore Ohio State
usaUnited States
Cleveland, OH
High School
Past Teams
Ohio State
2014, 2015, 2016

Post-OSU Update: Marshon Lattimore declared for the 2017 NFL Draft with two years of eligibility remaining. He was selected with the 11th pick (1st round) of the draft by New Orleans. Lattimore has spent his entire seven year career with the Saints, making four Pro Bowls and winning Defensive Rookie of the Year. (updated: Dec. 2023)

Major: Sport Industry (2016), Undeclared (2015)

Weight: 192 (2016), 195 (2015), 187 (2014)

2016 Media Guide: Marshon Lattimore is in his third season with the Buckeyes … he is a talented skill player who was sidelined by a surgery as a true freshman in 2014 and ultimately red-shirted the season … he came back to play in seven of the team’s first eight games last season, but then did not play after the Rutgers game as he was re-experiencing his prior leg issues … Lattimore did compete in the 2016 spring drills and enters fall camp battling for one of the starting cornerback positions … he was an OSU Scholar-Athlete in 2014-15.

2015 Media Guide: Marshon Lattimore is in his second season with the Buckeyes … surgery late in fall camp last season ended the talented Lattimore’s quest for playing time as a true freshman and he ultimately red-shirted the season … is an OSU Scholar-Athlete who is exploring majors in the areas of management and industry.

2014 Media Guide: Marshon Lattimore was one of the Top 50 prospects in the country as a senior – he was ranked No. 44 nationally by 247Sports and No. 45 by ESPN with Scout ranking him No. 51 – and he was a Top 10 cornerback … this consensus four-star performer was listed as the No. 6 cornerback in the country by 247Sports and No. 8 by Scout, and ESPN and Rivals each complimented his abilities with impressive national “athlete” rankings of No. 5 and No. 7, respectively.

High School: One of three of coach Ted Ginn’s Glenville Tarblooders in this signing class, Lattimore starred in the defensive backfield and as a receiver on a Glenville team that went 13-2 in 2013 and advanced to the Division II state championship game … had 40 receptions for 911 yards and 16 TDs as a senior and also had three special teams touchdowns … scored four touchdowns in a state semifinal win over Highland … named Division II’s Ohio defensive player of the year as senior … a U.S. Army All-American and a finalist for its player of the year … also named first team Associated Press all-state in 2013 … Ohio’s offensive MVP in the inaugural Border Classic, pitting Ohio seniors vs. Michigan seniors.

Personal: Is the son of Felicia Killebrew and Marland Lattimore Sr.


SeasonTeamGGSTklSoloAsstTFLTFL YdsSacksSack YdsFFFRIntInt YdsPBUBlkDef TD
2015Ohio State6054100000000300
2016Ohio State13134130111.010000461901