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2 touchdowns or 2 sacks? Who is your Ohio State commit of the week?

Which future Buckeye is your MVP?

Tyjon Lindsey

For the second week in a row Ohio State class of 2017 verbal commit Tate Martell rolled past a few of his soon-to-be Buckeye teammates to walk away with the Land-Grant Holy Land MVP of the Week award.

Locking in 61% of your votes, the dual threat quarterback landed his second MVP of the season over Danny Clark (14%), Brian Snead (13%), Antjuan Simmons (7%), and Brendon White (5%).

Most of the Ohio State commits were back in action over the weekend. Which OSU pledge will be the Week 5 MVP? The poll is now open. Let your voice be heard:

Tyjon Lindsey

Back on the field after missing time due to injury, Lindsey sure didn’t disappoint during Bishop Gorman’s (NV) big 42-0 win over Bonanza (NV) on Friday evening.

Hauling in a pair of receptions from future Buckeye Tate Martell, the shifty wide out raced to pay dirt for Bishop Gorman touchdowns. To kickoff the scoring for the Gaels, Lindsey raced 40 yards to endzone, only to later to score from 30 yards out.

Emory Jones

Jones once again proved why is he considered one the top quarterback prospects in the entire junior class on Friday against Temple High (GA).

Leading his Heard County (GA) team to an easy 41-0 victory, the four-star standout completed 16 of his 21 passing attempts for 259 yards and two touchdowns.

Blake Haubeil

For the first time all season Haubeil is up for the MVP award and for good reason.

In the 55-13 Canisius (NY) win over St. Francis (NY), Haubeil booted all seven extra points and kicked seven touchbacks on Friday.

Brian Snead

The 2018 running back didn’t rack up the numbers like he did last Friday, but still had a pretty stellar game overall.

Al though Snead, and his Armwood (FL) squad took one of the chin from Plant High, 29-27, the four-star junior rushed for 60 yards, and three touchdowns for the Hawks.

Chase Young

In DeMatha Catholic’s (MD) 56-12 route of St. Mary’s Ryken (MD), Young and the Stags defense came to play.

Fighting double teams almost every play, Young finished with two quarterback sacks in the win.