Harrison Jr. signed a name, image and likeness deal with Grippo’s, which is featuring Harrison Jr. on bags of hot honey barbeque-flavored chips.
The Cincinnati-based company is just the latest to sign a deal with Harrison who recently partnered with Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet. The Ohio State junior has a NIL evaluation of $1.3 million, according to On3.
Harrison enters the season as one of the top-ranked receivers in the country with the potential to be drafted in the top five — something no Buckeye receiver has done before. The highest-drafted wideout to come through Columbus was Terry Glenn who went seventh overall in 1996.
Ohio State begins fall camp Thursday, Aug. 3 where all eyes will be on the quarterback competition between junior Kyle McCord and sophomore Devin Brown.