News Flash: From MLS to walk-on kicker

I found this today, interesting to see a former MLS player now kicking… do you think he will do well?

From Yahoo Sports

A 26-year-old former Major League Soccer player is Ohio State’s new kicker. Devin Barclay replaces Aaron Pettrey, who injured his knee last Saturday in the Buckeyes’ rout of New Mexico State. Barclay spent five years playing MLS; he retired after he was released from the Columbus Crew and walked-on at Ohio State. He’s a junior from Annapolis, Md. Barclay hit his first field-goal attempt last week, from 26 yards, but he missed from 47 and 36 yards.

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