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Ohio State recruiting: State Secrets, 6/14 - Buckeyes make recruit's list, latest on Dewayne Hendrix

Ohio State has made another top list and the latest news and updates on the recruitment of Dewayne Hendrix.

'14 S Jamal Adams has shown his athleticism and toughness during his high school career.
'14 S Jamal Adams has shown his athleticism and toughness during his high school career.


The Rivals 100 Five-Star Challenge saw players from across the nation group up in Chicago, where '14 DE Dewayne Hendrix impressed scouts and spectators alike at the camp itself. The 6'4", 264-pounder is ranked as the 11th best strong side defensive end in the country and also rated as the fifth-best prospect in the state of Illinois. Hendrix holds offers from California, Florida, Kansas State, Ohio State, Tennessee, USC and plenty more.

Hendrix doesn't seem too ready to cut down his list and probably won't be making any type of decisions until the end of his senior season and then will likely commit to from there. But with that being said there are still some teams that are standing out right now with Hendrix.

From the article itself:

"I am liking everybody right now but the guys that are really standing out to me would be Tennessee, Florida, USC and Ohio State," Hendrix said. "(The schools are in) no order, they are just standing out to me."

Just a little over a week ago, '14 SG D'Angelo Russell gave his commitment to Thad Matta and the class of 2014. Russell is ranked as the fourth best shooting guard in the country and second best player in the state of Florida.

Here's Russell now on why he chose to commit to Ohio State, what he needs to work on before he gets to the next level and what it's like to play with fellow Ohio State commit '14 SF Jae'Sean Tate at the NBPA Top 100 Camp:

A five-star prospect, Hebron '14 S Jamal Adams is one of the most sought after recruits in the country. On Wednesday afternoon, he took to Twitter to announce his top six, which included Florida, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Texas and Texas A&M. The schools were posted in no particular order as you can clearly see above.

There is no timetable for Adams to make a decision, but it's sort of obvious that Adams wants some sort of playing time guarantee and could also have academics factoring in as one of the most impactors when ultimately selecting a school.