Ohio State's Marvin Harrison Jr. turns head with custom game day drip

Columbus, Ohio - While the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes made a bold fashion statement against the Wisconsin Badgers wearing their "blackout" uniforms in their first Big Ten matchup of the season, sophomore wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. still opted to turn it up a notch.

Marvin Harrison Jr. of the Ohio State Buckeyes runs after making a catch.
Marvin Harrison Jr. of the Ohio State Buckeyes runs after making a catch.  © Harry How / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP

Harrison Jr., the namesake of former Indianapolis Colts star and NFL Football Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison, added some fashion-forward and high-tech accessories to the Buckeyes' blackout gear.

The sophomore wide receiver rocked the ultimate football drip, wearing custom black and white Louis Vuitton cleats and an Apple Watch.

Marvin's fashionable showing during the Buckeyes' blowout 52-21 win was reminiscent of NFL icon Odell Beckham Jr., who was known for wearing watches during games when he played for the Cleveland Browns.

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Beckham's watch-wearing ways eventually led him to a partnership with Swedish watchmaker Daniel Wellington.

Like Marvin, Beckham Jr. has also donned Louis Vuitton cleats on separate occasions.

Marvin's flashy footwear caught the attention of Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James and Ohio State legend and NFL Hall of Famer Cris Carter.

Carter weighed in on the Buckeye wide receiver's accessories and shared he may have been born into the wrong football era tweeting: "I was born [too] early, @OhioStateFB wearing watches, @LouisVuitton cleats and throwing the football."

Following their first conference game win of the season, the Buckeyes will host Rutgers on Saturday in the last of five consecutive home games.

Cover photo: Harry How / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP

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