Buckeye Basketball: Kaleb Wesson uses physical practices to flex his Big 10 game brawn
COLUMBUS, Ohio —
Freshman center Kaleb Wesson is becoming more and more of a reliable offensive threat down low for 17th ranked Ohio State.
"We really beat the crap out of him," head coach Chris Holtmann told reporters after Tuesday night's 71-56 win over visiting Indiana. "We have a manager and I want to give him credit and it's a workout now."
Wesson finished the night with 14 points and five rebounds in just 21 minutes against the Hoosiers. "I feel like my teammates and coaches are putting me in great spots to be successful," Wesson said during the same media conference.
The 19-5 Buckeyes are 10-1 in the Big Ten and host Illinois Sunday.