clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Ohio State plays host to big time recruits

The Buckeyes had a solid group of prospects on campus over the weekend.

Indiana v Ohio State Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images

Ohio State didn’t just beat Indiana on Saturday, they also played host to a very solid group of high school prospects.

Taking in the Buckeyes victory over a very feisty Hoosiers squad were numerous of Ohio State’s top upper and underclassmen targets.

While Urban Meyer and the Ohio State coaching didn’t walk away from the weekend with a verbal commitment from any of the recruits who made it to Columbus, they did seem to help themselves climb up the latter of some of their leader lists.

Want to know who the Buckeyes had on campus? Land-Grant Holy Land has your back. Below is a little rundown of just some the recruits who made it to Columbus over the weekend:

Donovan Peoples-Jones

Class: 2017

Town/School: Detroit,MI/Cass Tech

Position: Wide Receiver

Offers: Ohio State, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, etc

Jaylen Harris

Class: 2017

Town/School: Cleveland/Cleveland Heights

Position: Wide Receiver

Offers: Ohio State, Alabama, Michigan State, Tennessee, etc

Tyreke Smith

Class: 2018

Town/School: Cleveland/Cleveland Heights

Position: Defensive End

Offers: Michigan State, Penn State, Maryland, Kentucky, etc

PJ Mustipher

Class: 2018

Town/School: Owings Mills,MD/McDonogh School

Position: Defensive Tackle

Offers: OSU, Notre Dame, Alabama, Tennessee, etc

Michael Thompson

Class: 2018

Town/School: St. Louis,MO/Parkway North

Position: Defensive Tackle

Offers: OSU, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma, etc

Blaine Scott

Class: 2018

Town/School: Portsmouth/East

Position: Offensive Guard

Offers: Duke, Iowa State, Penn State, Kentucky, etc

Jacob Lacey

Class: 2019

Town/School: Bowling Green,KY/South Warren

Position: Defensive Tackle

Offers: Notre Dame, Louisville, Kentucky, Cincinnati, etc

Quick Hits

  • Thad Matta’s basketball staff also had a solid recruiting weekend. Making the trek to Columbus from Virginia, three-star class of 2017 point guard Braxton Beverly was on campus for an official visit. Even though OSU is yet to offer Beverly, the former Miami (OH) verbal pledge holds offers from George Washington and others.
  • Will Tate Martell walk away with another Player of the Week award or will another future Buckeye take it home this go around? The poll is now open. Let your voice be heard and vote for the Land-Grant Holy Land MVP.