Tuesday was a slow day on the recruiting trail, for the most part, but there were some notes that should be noted.
Firstly, 2016 quarterback prospect Bowman Sells talked with SB Nation about his offers up to this point, including his thoughts on the Buckeyes. Sells spent yesterday competing at the Texas State 7on7 tournament. Sells stands at 6'3 and while he's known for being as pin-point passer, he's no slouch in the running department as he's already recorded a 4.70 40 time. Not great, but not bad, either.
The Texan left-hander doesn't hold offers from the big-time Texas programs, but Sells would be high on those schools if they were to extend offers. Oklahoma also seems to be high on his interest list. However, as we've come to find out with Urban Meyer, Ohio State will always have a chance to land just about any prospect in the country. Sells is just going into his junior season and his recruitment is worth monitoring. Check out his whole interview from yesterday. You can view the film on Sells here.
Not that it's earth shattering news, but 2015 Ohio State basketball commit Daniel Giddens has transferred and will play his senior season at Oak Hill. Oak Hill has sent a number of players off to college and they'll gladly welcome the services of five-star big man Giddens. Giddens was the most recent prospect to give his commitment to the Buckeyes as he pledged on July 4. Remember, Giddens chose Ohio State over the likes of Florida, Georgia, Arizona, and Arkansas.
2015 Ohio State commit Daniel Giddens has transferred to Oak Hill, according to point guard Terrance Phillips. pic.twitter.com/u1mGPzqjge— Zach Fleer (@ZachFleerLGHL) July 15, 2014
2015 seven-footer Doral Moore spoke with CBSSports yesterday and stated that Ohio State was one of the handful of schools that are sticking out to him at this moment. Moore is from Georgia, like Giddens, and holds a ton of offers, most notable from Kentucky, Louisville, Illinois, Ohio State, and Texas. A guy like Moore would be huge for the Buckeyes as the team has lacked an elite center in past years. By landing Moore, he'll have a shot to walk right onto campus and take a starting spot. Moore last visited Columbus in April, but has not yet set another return date. Check out the full interview and what he specifically said about the Buckeyes and the other schools he's interested in. Moore has potential to be an absolute monster at the next level. In case you haven't seen him in action, here are some of his junior highlights.