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Ohio State win impresses top recruits

The Buckeyes played host to a large group of prospects over the weekend.

2017 LB Anthony Hines

While some college coaches might hate playing prime time matchups, Urban Meyer and the Ohio State coaching staff love suiting up under the lights in Ohio Stadium. Taking on the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday night, the Buckeyes used the opportunity to impress a rather lengthy list of OSU verbal commits and top recruiting targets.

Watching J.T. Barrett, Mike Weber, Malik Hooker and the rest of the Buckeyes roll past Nebraska in person, well over 20 of the best high school prospects in the country made the trek to Columbus to see what Ohio State has to offer on and off the football field.

Just like many Ohio State fans did, quite a few of the recruits who roamed The Horseshoe went to their Twitter pages to share their excitement on the Buckeyes 62-3 blowout victory over the Cornhuskers.

Want to see what some of the recruits had to say on social media about their time on the Ohio State campus over the weekend? Land-Grant Holy Land has your back:

OSU commit Tate Martell

OSU commit Tyjon Lindsey

OSU commit Trevon Grimes

OSU commit Brendon White

2017 LB Anthony Hines

2018 CB Derrik Allen

2018 WR Shaquon Anderson-Butts

2018 LB Cameron McGrone

2019 WR Jashawn Sheffield

2019 DE Stephen Herron Jr.

Quick Hits

  • Numerous future Buckeyes stood out on the field over the weekend. Which Ohio State commit did enough to walk away with your MVP of the week vote? The poll is now open. Let your voice be heard.
  • Thad Matta and the basketball coaching staff used Saturday’s atmosphere to host four-star small forward Romeo Weems of New Haven, Mich. The 6-foot-6 wing is currently considered the 31st small forward and 94th overall prospect in the class of 2019, according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings.