Ohio State football | Justin Hilliard, Kamryn Babb injured in practice

Bill Rabinowitz
Ohio State linebacker Justin Hilliard (47) celebrates after bringing down Michigan Wolverines defensive back Ambry Thomas on a kickoff during the second half of the Ohio State-Michigan game at Ohio Stadium on Saturday, November 24, 2018. [Jonathan Quilter/File photo]

Ohio State disclosed on Tuesday that linebacker Justin Hilliard and receiver Kamryn Babb have been injured during spring practice and are out indefinitely.

The school did not reveal the nature of the injuries.

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Hilliard has already had surgery, and Babb will have one within a week.

Both players have a history of injuries.

Hilliard, a senior from Cincinnati, has had multiple biceps tears. Babb, a redshirt freshman from St. Louis, missed last year with a knee injury sustained in the summer.


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