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There was some good news for Buckeyes fans on Tuesday. They have an official commitment from, arguably, one of the country's best prospect at outside linebacker when Dallas Gant made his decision known to the public. He had quite a few options and all of them were great schools, but in the end he chose Ohio State. At six foot three inches tall, Gant is a mountain of a man, and certainly, Ohio St
Max Wray, who hails from Tennessee, is heading to the Ohio State Buckeyes over offers from Clemson, Auburn, Tennessee and Alabama. Wray is an ESPN Junior 300 offensive linesman and is the number 46-ranked prospect. Wray shared that the Buckeye's coaches have a solid track record for developing NFL potential. He also said that their program is consistent and Ohio really felt like home to him. As
Just seven Ohio players were signed in this year's recruiting class, but head coach Urban Meyer of Ohio State is out to put added emphasis on his in-state prospects for the 2018 class. A big step in the right direction came Monday night when top-ranked in-state player Toledo St. John Jesuit's four-star linebacker Dallas Gant added the Buckeyes to his Top 5 list along with Michigan State, Michiga
The Ohio State players have not had any good luck with the Cleveland Browns when it comes to the NFL Draft. The Cleveland Browns returned to the NFL in 1999 and since then, they have only drafted two (2) Buckeyes. Since 1999, some 117 Ohio State Buckeyes have been chosen in the NFL draft. This includes Terrelle Pryor who was drafted in the 2011 supplemental draft. Of the 117 Buckeyes, twenty-eig
In just one week after the day Ohio State signed the second overall 2017 recruiting class, they are trying to get the 2018 top talent to come to the school. Jaiden Woodbey, a four-star safety, recently visited Ohio State University for the junior day hosted by the Buckeyes. Woodbey shared via Twitter that he will be joining Urban Meyer and the team along with another Ohio State University recrui
It's that time of year again. The time when the true football fans often get their first peek at what the next crop of potential stars will look like. The scouting combine is a good starting point to see what kind of measurable goods the young men have to offer to possible NFL suitors. The Buckeyes just had their visit with the combine officials and the results are now in. Overall it seems like
Sources shared with recruiting sites that Jalen Hurd, a former Tennessee running back, is set to visit Ohio State this weekend. Although Hurd intends to transfer from Tennessee in October, he is eligible for the draft and rumors are being thrown around that he may go pro. However, Hurd did not make the list of draft-eligible underclassmen. Hurd, who is 6 feet 4 inches and 240 pounds, did mention
Kendall Sheffield should be heading to Ohio State University based on reports confirmed by his father and other sources. Sheffield, who is 185 pounds and 6 feet tall, was accompanied by his parents to Ohio State during the weekend of November 26 when the Buckeyes went to double overtime to beat Michigan 30-27. Sheffield was considering Texas, Texas A&M and Ohio State, and it seemed like Sheffiel
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