Is that the only view that you can get?
Insects are identified based on a variety of characteristics - amongst the most common being:
shape of abdomen/thorax
shape of head/eyes
shape of wings
It's really critical to get as many angles and details as possible for non-common insects. This one doesn't look all that common. (although it might be in your neck of the woods)
As a first resort, if you have an ag extension office in your area, I'd capture one of them, and take it in for identification.
Thanks, I'll probably have to do just that. O.S.U. should have an office, If I can capture one. They are super had to focus on with my phone camera. Maybe 2-3 mm long. They fly away If I try to capture. Here's another shot but not super helpful. They have a teardrop shiny black shape viewed from the top. His head is the fat part and the wings are tucked behind him, transparent/iridescent.
In my experience, those things eat some vegetation but they don't really destroy plants. They are an annoyance, but not a disaster. However, I could see them becoming a problem if they were present in sufficient numbers. In my experience, though, they are mostly lone-wolfin' and munching on leaves a little bit.