All spring long Urban Meyer and the Buckeye football program have had quite a number of prospects on campus for unofficial visits. This past week was no different. On Tuesday, class of 2015 offensive lineman George Asafo-Adjei made the trip to Columbus with Lakota West teammate CJ Stalker, to watch the Buckeyes go through drills at practice.
"The trip was easy and the visit went well." The 6'4, 295-pound first team All-Greater Miami Conference selection told Land-Grant Holy Land of his time at OSU. "I was very impressed by the tempo and how the players were flying around (at practice)," George added.
The West Chester native didn't just have the opportunity to watch Meyer and his talent rich group of assistants get Taylor Decker and the rest of the Buckeyes ready for their upcoming spring game, but also had time to interact with a few a few members of the OSU coaching staff while on his visit.
"I had a chance to speak with Coach Meyer and Coach Warinner. They said they were happy to have me down and they said I should come to their camp this summer."
For Asafo-Adjei, who will visit Miami of Ohio on the 19th, the invitation to show off his stuff in front of the OSU coaches is something he is looking forward to, as he definitely plans to attend camp at Ohio State later this year.
Coming off an impressive junior campaign where he helped blocked the Firebirds to an overall record of 9-2 and a state playoff birth, George, the 62nd ranked offensive tackle and 539th overall prospect in the 2015 class, according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, currently holds scholarship offers from programs such as Kentucky, Cincinnati, Minnesota, Illinois, Syracuse, Louisville and West Virginia, but would wholeheartedly welcome the Buckeyes to join his growing list.
"If they offered me, they would be in my top five and I would be extremely happy." He said.
If you haven't already had the chance, take a look at some of George's highlights on his Hudl page.