OSU's Curtis Samuel Throws Out Reds First Pitch

Buckeye Football All-American Curtis Samuel, who will be employed by some NFL team in a matter of two weeks, had some special recognition in Cincinnati Thursday. During the day, Samuel met with the Cincinnati Bengals--who are among the many teams considering drafting the talented receiver and running back. At night--Samuel was invited by the Reds to throw out the first pitch.

The good news for Samuel---his pitch was significantly better than when former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson tossed out the first pitch at a Detroit Tigers game in 2013.

But the bad news for Samuel--his pitch didn't make it all the way to home plate either. The pitch skipped in, but in Samuel's defense--he's not a quarterback--like Robinson was. Samuel, when introduced did the "O-H-I-O" sign for fans. No doubt it had to be a fun day for the dynamic former Buckeye playmaker. Check out his introduction and toss here.

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