Those who watched Ohio State’s Scarlet and Gray game Saturday were treated to glimpses of what coach Urban Meyer has been saying about Binjimen Victor for a couple of years.

“That’s one of the most talented receivers we’ve ever had,” Meyer repeated after the game. But he had prefaced with a common refrain: “He’s still got a ways to go.”

He was referring to “consistency, and a fight, and those kinds of things. Because when he does it’s fun to watch.”

It was mostly fun Saturday, with Victor making five catches for 91 yards and a touchdown for the Gray in its 37-14 win. His stats were overshadowed by hybrid back Demario McCall, who played for both teams and had a combined 11 catches for 165 yards and two TDs.

“I feel like I needed to make plays today,” said Victor, a 6-foot-4 junior. “Coming into the spring game I felt like what I really wanted to focus on was separation, and that’s what I did. I thought I had a pretty solid day, it could have been better. There were a lot of coaching points … where I’ll watch film and make corrections.”

He knows what he needs to put on film the most.

“Consistency,” Victor said. “It’s kind of up and down sometimes. I’ve got to keep maintaining and stay focused on having consistency throughout the whole fall camp.”

He caught passes from both Dwayne Haskins Jr. and Joe Burrow on Saturday, so who is his favorite?

“I don’t have a favorite,” Victor said. “Both of them can throw it, Tate is good as well. We’ll see come fall.”

It was the chase

Defensive end Chase Young, like the rest of the defenders, was allowed to chase but not sack the quarterbacks. That was like taking the bat out of a batter’s hands, though Young and Davon Hamilton did manage to make tap sacks.

“I told Dwayne if we could tackle them I would have hit him three times today and the ball would have popped out,” Young said. “He knows that. So I let him throw. I told him before the game (that otherwise), ‘You’d be on your butt.’ ”