Ohio State is in the middle of camp season and as the days go on, more and more prospects are flocking to Columbus, Ohio to showcase their skills in front of the coaching staff.
In-state defensive end Noah Potter recently camped at Ohio State and got rave reviews from the Buckeyes’ coaching staff, most notably from defensive line coach Larry Johnson. According to reports, after Potter’s impressive showing, coach Johnson told him that he has a chance to be “scary good.”
Potter is a class of 2019 prospect who currently holds five total offers. His offer list does not include Ohio State, but he’s working towards that by coming to camps. Potter already has prototype size at 6-foot-6, 240 pounds, and there’s a good chance that he isn’t quite done growing yet. Potter has visited Ohio State numerous times over the last year and that shows that there is heavy interest on his part. With more impressive camp showings and a good junior season, Potter could hold an Ohio State offer by this time next year.
Here are some highlights from Potter’s sophomore season:
- Though the interest has faded in recent months between Ohio State and in-state running back Tavion Thomas, it is worth noting that he committed to Oklahoma yesterday. If this recruitment wasn’t officially over between both sides, it is now.