Before the Ohio State football program hosted Austin Clark, and others this weekend, Olentangy Liberty offensive lineman Hunter Littlejohn made a short trip to the OSU campus to get more familiar with the Buckeye staff on Thursday after he visited Michigan State earlier in the week.
"I got to speak with Coach Warinner and Coach Meyer." The three star class of 2015 prospect, told Land-Grant Holy Land of which OSU coaches he spoke with while on his visit.
"It was the first time I had met Coach Meyer and he said I need to get to a camp this summer and bust my butt. He said (Urban Meyer) if I can do that, hopefully they could make the offer happen."
The 6'4 270 pounder currently has a top list that consists of Indiana, Illinois, Duke, Purdue and Cincinnati. Hoping the Buckeyes join that list sometime down the line, Littlejohn, one of the top overall prospects in Central Ohio, wouldn't jump the gun on a commitment to Meyer and Ohio State, even if an offer came.
"Being from Ohio an offer from OSU would be a dream come true. At the same time, I would still be realistic about the situation and keep the options I have open. There are other schools that I really like so far and would probably have a better chance of playing sooner."
Before he plans on making a commitment to anyone, Hunter has a few key things other than early playing time that he is trying to find.
"I am looking for a school where I can have a good relationship with the coaches and where I can enjoy living outside of school."
Before you see him playing on Saturdays, check out Hunter's highlights from last season below: