Posted November 06, 2012 on ohiostate.scout.com
Ohio State's defense has had some excellent performers in 2012, but one who is really standing out is cornerback Bradley Roby. The sophomore has made a number of big plays for the Buckeyes, and he's not shy in his belief that he's becoming one of the best cornerbacks in the country.
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