Ginn must fill in blanks

No team likes to have a hole in its scouting report on a draft prospect and, right now, there is a veritable vacuum in the dossier of Ohio State wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., potentially one of the most dynamic players in the Class of 2007.

That's why the Ohio State campus figures to be overrun by league scouts Wednesday, as Ginn attempts to run in front of NFL personnel for the first time since suffering a severe left foot sprain while scoring on the opening kickoff of the BCS title game.