After recently visiting Ohio State, a class of 2017 linebacker will announce his commitment soon. Taking to Twitter to state his plans, four-star standout Anthony Hines (Plano, TX / Plano East) will officially be off the board on Dec. 2.
Down to six programs, Ohio State, Florida, Penn State, TCU, Texas A&M and UCLA, Hines, who made the trek from Plano, Texas to Columbus, Ohio for the Buckeyes matchup with Nebraska earlier this month, received around 90 full ride scholarship offers from colleges around the country throughout the recruiting process.
One of the most sought after prospects on the high school level, the Under Armour All-American racked up well over 600 total tackles during his time with the Plano East Panthers.
Although Ohio State is always looking to add talent to the team, all signs point towards Hines suiting up on the college level elsewhere. At the moment many around the recruiting scene are pegging the 6-foot-2, 225-pounder to end up with the Texas A&M Aggies.
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OSU pledge wins championship
Urban Meyer and Ohio State might be in the NCAA championship picture, but one of his soon to be Buckeyes beat them to the punch by winning a title over the weekend.
Ohio State class of 2017 pledge Chase Young and his DeMatha Catholic teammates locked up their fourth consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title by defeating Washington, DC’s St. John’s, 34-29, on Saturday.
Coming from behind down 15 points, the Stags rallied to the win over the Cadets in the final eight minutes of regulation to once again bring home the championship trophy to their Hyattsville, Md. campus.
Fighting off double teams all evening long, Young, who is currently considered the second weak-side defensive end, and the 30th overall prospect in the class of 2017, according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, came up with a huge sack that helped switch the momentum of the game in favor of the Stags for good.
After a being a massive part of leading his DeMatha Catholic squad to an undefeated 12-0 record, the future Buckeye took to his Twitter page to share his excitement with the world:
Nothing else to be said. We really built differently. pic.twitter.com/ei2sjoAEk5— Chase Young (@youngchase907) November 20, 2016
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