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Ohio State recruiting: State Secrets, 2/13 - 4 new offers

Four new offers went out on Wednesday. Plus, an in-state lineman plans a visit to Columbus.

'15 OT Conner Dyer
'15 OT Conner Dyer
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The Buckeyes staff would remain active on the recruiting trail on Wednesday. Two days after adding '15 safety Ben Edwards, the third member of the 2015 class, Ohio State sent out four new offers.

From the state of Texas, '15 OT Conner Dyer picked up an offer from the Buckeyes. The big 6'4", 276-pound lineman is ranked as a 4-star prospect. Dyer is currently rated as the 14th best offensive tackle in the class, as well as 22nd in the lone star state and 137th in the country. Ohio State joins Baylor, Oklahoma, Oregon, Stanford, Texas A&M and others to offer a scholarship to Dyer.

'15 OT Tyler Jordan of Bishop Kenny High School in Florida was also on the receiving end of a Buckeye offer on Wednesday. The 3-star tackle stands at 6'4", 270-pounds. Jordan has piled up offers from Florida, Georgia, Miami, Ole Miss, South Carolina and a handful of others. Yesterday, Land Grant Holy-Land spoke to Jordan on his offer from OSU.

Sticking with the theme of offensive line offers, '15 OT Ryan Bates got his Ohio State offer as well. The Pennsylvania product stands as the third nest player in the state. Bates, a 4-star lineman, also sits at 15th at his position and 166th in the country. The towering 6'5", 280-pounder has also been offered by Auburn, Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State, South Carolina and more.

'15 QB Dwayne Lawson from Tampa, FL was also the recipient of a Buckeye offer. Lawson currently comes in as the 34th ranked player in the state of Florida and the 288th player in the country. The tall 6'5", 205-pound QB likely picked up his biggest offer so far in the process via Ohio State. Lawson also has scholarship opportunities from Louisville, Miami, Mississippi State and Tennessee to name a few.

Lastly, '15 OT Simon Stepaniak announced on Twitter that he would be visiting Columbus on March 22nd. The 3-star tackle currently does not hold an offer from the Buckeyes but does from Cincinnati, Indiana, Penn State, Vanderbilt and a few others.