Tight end is definitely one of the main positions the Ohio State coaching staff would like to add depth to over the next few years. The Buckeyes took a step in the right direction to make sure that happens when they locked up a verbal pledge from three-star recruit Josh Moore during a visit in July.
With having already secured a commitment from a solid 2015 prospect, the OSU staff have turned their attentions to the talented 2016 class. In-state tight ends Jake Hausmann of Cincinnati Moeller, Perry's Luke Farrell, and Philadelphia native Naseir Upshur might hold Ohio State in high regards, but that didn't keep the staff from recently offering another standout junior tight end.
Cary Angeline, a four-star prospect from Downingtown East High School in Exton, PA, received his chance to suit up in the Scarlet and Gray on the 17th of August.
"Coach Warinner contacted my coach and told me to give him a call. I called him and we talked for a little, and he was saying how he really liked my film, and that he thinks I can fit into the offense very well." Cary said to Land-Grant Holy Land.
"It feels great having an offer from Ohio State. They're always one of the best teams in the country every year. It's an honor."
Ohio State isn't the first program to offer him a scholarship. Stating he doesn't have a top list just yet, Boston College, Duke, Iowa, Miami, Michigan State, Penn State, Rutgers and Virginia are just a few of the teams to offer Angeline to this point.
With the OSU offer now in the hand, the next step for Cary is setting up a unofficial visit, which could happen sometime over the next few months.
"I don't have any visits planned, but I would like to try to get to a game." he said. "If not, I want to go on a visit sometime."