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Sonny Styles from Pickerington Central Ohio recently committed to play Safety at Ohio State in 2023. The standout will stay in state after some felt he might be leaving to play elsewhere. The Buckeyes landed a great player who should get on the field early and become an important part of their defensive backfield in the future.

Army All American Bowl

Styles, who will play safety for Ohio State, was selected to play in the 2020 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

A standout performer in the classroom, Styles carries a 3.88 GPA and scored a 22 on his ACT.Styles
is the son of Shaunte and Jacqueline Hill. He has four siblings:
Anderson, Jada, Jessica and Aidan. His grandfather, Sonny Hill Sr.,
played at Ohio State from 1979-1982.

Ohio State three-star
safety commit Sonny Styles was among several players named to the ESPNHS
Junior All-Ohio Football Team. Styles along with teammate and
cornerback, Dylan Singleton, were honored by the publication for their
play this past season.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound defensive back
collected 56 total tackles and four interceptions in helping the
Vikings to an Ohio Division I state runner-up finish as a sophomore.

who is ranked as the No. 99 overall safety nationally by ESPN, has
reached double digit tackles four times this season including 19 against
Cincinnati St. Xavier. Styles will join Pickerington North’s Steven Threet (Michigan) and Wayne High’s Jason Thompson (Cincinnati) as the
newest members of Ohio State’s 2021 recruiting class.

Sonny Styles in College

Sonny is a safety that can play both strong and free safety. Sonny has
good size at 6 feet tall weighing 215 pounds. He runs the 40 yard dash
in 4.62 seconds. Sonny has good instincts and ball skills. Sonny has
good tackling ability showing he can lay the big hit.

Tom Loy Getting it Wrong Here’s what Rivals’ Tom Loy had to say about Sonny Styles before he’d even played a down of high school football:Have
heard rumblings for a while now that Sonny Styles will indeed be a
Notre Dame guy in the end. I know he grew up a huge ND fan and loves the
place so if that is his decision it would not be a huge shock at all. I
have been told there have been recent talks between the two parties but
nothing solid yet. He does want to hear from them one more time before
he makes his decision. I think Ohio State is in great shape here
obviously, but I am not ready to eliminate Notre Dame quite yet.(c) BrutusReport.BlogSpot.com A collection of Ohio State and related Sports stories from around the Internet.

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