Ohio State is still receiving success from their Friday Night Lights camp from last week, as multiple recruits continue showing favor towards the Buckeyes. One of those players is '15 wide receiver K.J. Hill, who didn't make it to Ohio State for the camp, but has now set his five official visits. Those visits will be to Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Notre Dame, and Ohio State. The 6'0, 190-pound receiver holds offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona State, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas Tech.
Last season, the four-star recruit hauled in 83 receptions for 1,210 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also contributed on the ground with 17 rushes going for 230 yards and two scores. Hill is ranked as the 23rd best receiver in the class of 2015 and third best player at any position from the state of Arkansas.
My bad I got excited about my top 5 alpha order! pic.twitter.com/JT6AHBF4Cm— KILLA CAM |15™| A01 (@justcallme_cam) July 28, 2014
'16 wide receiver Cameron Chambers released his top five on Monday, and the Buckeyes made the cut alongside Alabama, Michigan, Michigan State, and Wisconsin. Keep in mind that the receiver is planning on announcing his decision from those five teams on Friday, and will commit to that school. Right now, the Crystal Ball gives a slight edge to Michigan (53 percent) over Ohio State (47 percent), but it's going to be a dogfight for the next few days.
The 6'3, 195-pound receiver has been clocked at a 4.59 in the 40-yard dash and is rated as a four-star recruit, while also being ranked as the 26th best receiver in his class and fifth best prospect overall from the state of New Jersey.
Here's what Chambers can bring to a team on the field:
'16 four-star junior wide receiver Binjimen Victor is a name Buckeye fans should get familiar with very quickly. Victor was one of the top performers at Friday Night Lights this past week, beating out several defensive backs in the one-on-one drills with ease. Victor named a Top 15 on Monday night which was in no particular order had Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Cincinnati, Florida State, Michigan, Louisville, Miami, Ohio State, Tennessee, UCF, West Virginia, UCLA, LSU and Wisconsin all making the cut.
Miami currently leads his Crystal Ball with 60 percent of predictions. Alabama and Ohio State claim 20 percent each. The 6'4, 170-pound Victor has been clocked at a 4.60 in the 40-yard dash and has one of the smoothest running forms you'll see. Victor is ranked as the 54th best receiver in the country and 35th best prospect overall from the state of Florida. He holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Louisville, LSU, Miami, Ohio State, Tennessee, UCLA, Cincinnati, Michigan, South Florida, Temple, Wake Forest, and West Virginia.
Check out Victor in action with his highlight film: