Highlights from Ohio State’s 2022 Camp Hotel Check-In

There’s no surer sign that football season is fast approaching than Ohio State beat writers standing outside a hotel to watch the players enter.

As has become an annual rite of passage on the Ohio State beat, members of the media gathered outside the team hotel Sunday night as the Buckeyes arrived to begin their two-week life in team during the pre-season camp.

Ohio State players have also embraced tradition by donning smart t-shirts and other creative outfits for their paparazzi snaps, and Eleven Warriors was on hand to document the best looks.

Buckeye offensive tackle Paris Johnson Jr. paid tribute to former Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins:

Wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba showed his support for his brother, MLB player Canaan Smith-Njigba, by wearing his Pittsburgh Pirates jersey:

CJ Stroud showed his support for former teammate Jameson Williams with his choice of sweatshirt:

The funniest outfit of the day was the one worn by cornerback Lloyd McFarquhar, who arrived wearing a Winnie the Pooh jumpsuit:

Offensive lineman Toby Wilson and tight end Zak Herbstreit arrived in style:

Indiana native Josh Fryar wore a nifty t-shirt paying homage to one of Hoosier State’s favorite sons:

Cincinnati native Jake Seibert wore a Joe Burrow t-shirt, while Arizona native Devin Brown represented the Phoenix Suns.

Noah Ruggles arrived in a Columbus Crew jersey, although his mullet may have been outplayed by cornerback Cameron Kittle:

Enokk Vimahi represented his high school alma mater at his home in Hawaii:

Cade Stover announced the family business:

And Marvin Harrison Jr. walked in front of the cameras:

Eleven Warriors will soon have a full photo gallery of the Sunday hotel check-in.

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