Samuel and Wilson are also slot receivers, a distinction that is likely to fall on the speedy but slight (182 pounds) McCall as well.
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Williams, who enrolled in time for spring practice, is listed at 5-11, 210 pounds on Ohio State’s roster while Weber goes 5-10, 212. Wilson and Samuel are 195 and 197, respectively.
While there is no shortage of talent in the group, Meyer admitted he is worried about attrition.
‘How many times will we have Mike Weber and Curtis Samuel hit during practice?” the coach said. “That’s something I’ll be watching.”
The mention of Samuel in that manner might indicate Meyer views him as the likely No. 2 back. He was Ezekiel Elliott’s backup two years ago but spent the majority of his time at receiver last season in an effort to get him more involved in the offense.
Dunn, a former five-star recruit who never found a significant role in Columbus, was to be a fifth-year senior this fall. He was listed at 6-0, 215 pounds on the 2015 roster.