Watch: Ohio State football's Gee Scott Jr., Miyan Williams prank RB TreVeyon Henderson

Colin Gay
The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio State football is heading into fall camp Thursday. But tight end Gee Scott Jr. and running back TreVeyon Henderson have already been hanging out together this summer making videos and taking advantage of name, image and likeness opportunities

In June, though, Scott and running back Miyan Williams teamed up to prank Henderson. 

The trio went to Deadstock Columbus in Gahanna supposedly on a $3,000 shopping spree for shoes and clothing at an NIL event . Really, it was a prank Williams and Scott set up to trick Henderson. 

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"$500 ain't coming out of my pocket," Henderson said, holding two pairs of shoes before getting a phone out of his pocket and using it as a calculator. 

But when the Ohio State running back went up to the cash register, a member of the Deadstock Columbus staff scanned each item Henderson grabbed and gave him a bill for the total: $2,805.75.

"It's all a prank," Scott told a shocked Henderson. "You're not getting s---." 

"You was lying for real?" Henderson said, having shopped for shoes and clothes for an hour-and-a-half. "This was really a prank? Why would you prank me like this?" 

Scott's prank is one of many things he and Henderson have done together this summer. 

The tight end and the running back teamed up with NIL Management and began flipping houses along with getting involved in real estate. 

Scott and Henderson also teamed up with quarterback C.J. Stroud and offensive tackle Dawand Jones and took over a barber shop. 

Last season, Henderson set Ohio State's freshman total touchdown record, scoring 19 touchdowns with 1,560 all-purpose yards, while averaging 7.4 yards per touch. 

Henderson is on the Doak Walker Award preseason watch list heading into the 2022 season, along with joining Stroud and wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba on the Maxwell Award preseason watch list

Scott recorded 42 receiving yards on five catches last season at tight end. 


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