Ohio State offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Tom Herman was in California last Thursday in order to evaluate a couple of quarterbacks including four-star Moreno Valley, CA product Sheriron Jones.
Jones told me that things went well with Herman, but head coach Urban Meyer had to see the film of him throwing before the Buckeyes offer a scholarship. He was told to call Herman to day, but unfortunately he was unable to get ahold of the offensive coordinator, so he's going to try back tomorrow.
An offer from Ohio State would be big for Jones, who boasts offers from the likes of Arizona, Florida, Colorado, Tennessee, Nebraska, Arizona State, Indiana, and a few other programs.
Ohio State is probably going to offer another quarterback in the near future after missing out on Brandon Wimbush (Penn State) and Lorenzo Nunez (South Carolina) and Jones, along with fellow Californian Travis Waller, are the top candidates to receive the next offer.
If the Buckeyes do extend him an offer, he would likely take a visit to Columbus at some point this summer. He's likely to make a decision sometime before his senior season.
I will have much more on Jones' recruitment tomorrow.