Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell has made a decision to return for one more season with the Buckeyes rather than enter the NFL Draft.
Now entering his fifth season in Columbus, Campbell had previously been wrestling with entering the upcoming NFL Draft. Dixon had his best season to date in 2017, hauling in 18 of 31 targets for 422 yards and eight touchdowns as Ohio State's primary big play threat.
Campbell, who was second on the team with 40 catches in 2017, announced in a Twitter video that he would return to Ohio State in 2018.
In returning to Ohio State, Campbell helps bolster a Buckeyes receiving corps that will aim to make a seamless transition for J.T. Barrett's successor at quarterback.
Dixon's return means that the Buckeyes have four of their top six receivers coming back for 2018.
He joins H-back Parris Campbell and defensive tackle Dre'Mont Jones as players who said on Thursday that they are staying in school.
Players who have been out of high school for three seasons have until January 15 to file paperwork for the National Football League draft.
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