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Ohio State looks to receive visit from 2020 prospect

The Buckeyes are looking into the future.

Bryan Bresee

According to reports, Ohio State will receive a visit from 2020 defensive end Bryan Bresee. Though Bresee was just a freshman this past fall, he has caught the attention of a handful of programs and currently holds five offers from Maryland, Penn State, North Carolina, Purdue, and Tennessee. Rankings for 2020 prospects will not be revealed for some time, but it’s safe to predict that Bresee will be among the top players in the country when that time comes.

Bresee already stands at 6-foot-4 and checks in at 260 pounds. It’s a safe bet that he will continue to physically mature over the next several years of his high school career. With Ohio State getting an unofficial this early in the process it means that there is definitely a lot of mutual interest. This one will be a tough battle over the next several years to land what should end up being the top prospect in the state of Maryland.

Buckeyes make top 10 list

Top 2018 wide receiver Joshua Moore released his top ten on Tuesday—and that list included Ohio State. Moore, who attends IMG Academy, is one of the most heavily recruited players in his class with 53 total offers. According to 247Sports, Moore is also a top 100 player in the country.

Though the Buckeyes made the top ten, it will be a tough task to get the speedster to sign with Ohio State come February. The Buckeyes have built a great relationship with Moore, but with the amount of big time schools after him, it would be wise to take “ the field” at this point rather than pick a favorite. If Ohio State wants a shot to land him, they’ll have to fight off Florida State, Texas, Oklahoma and Texas A&M, who are also vying for his services.

Below is a highlight reel of Moore.