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“The lights are brighter,” was the reaction to the environment at the Ohio State Buckeyes’ pro day on March 11. It was there that receiver Joe Horn was fortunate to enough to perform in front 29 of the 32 NFL teams. “There were lots of things to shake your focus,” added Horn, and it’s not hard to understand. After all, he played his college ball for the Division II Ashland Eagles of the GLIAC, hardly a comparable atmosphere to that at Ohio State. However, once the adrenaline of the bigger stage ceased Horn found his comfort zone and his talent was evident.
For Horn, football wasn’t always his main focus. He grew up lettering in golf, soccer, basketball, track as well as football. “My entire life,