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Ohio State to host future Buckeye for Michigan game

Add another OSU commit to the visitor list for this weekend.

Bryson Shaw

With the Ohio State Buckeyes football squad playing on the road there might’ve not been much news surrounding the programs recruiting efforts, but the Buckeyes still found their name in the headlines over the weekend.

Did you miss out on your OSU recruiting fix during the last few days? Land-Grant Holy Land is here to save the day. Sit back at get caught up with some the latest Ohio State recruiting news.

2019 commit watches Buckeyes, sets official visit

Taking advantage of Ohio State playing on the road, class of 2019 verbal pledge Bryson Shaw made the short trek from Potomac, Md., to watch his future coaches and teammates mix it up with the Terrapins of Maryland on Saturday afternoon.

It won’t be his last time watching the Buckeyes in action this season.

Shaw suits up for The Bullis School, the former stomping grounds of current OSU starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins, and will once again get to see the Buckeyes up close and personal, as the three-star safety will be on hand in Columbus next Saturday when Ohio State battles with arch rival Michigan.

Taking his official visit to his soon-to-be college home, the former Wisconsin verbal commit, who jumped ship to the Buckeyes in late April, will be just one of the many future and potential Buckeyes that will get a chance to see what it’s like to play against the state of north in front of well over 100,000 screaming fans.

In what could be a weekend to remember not just for this season but for years to come, stick with Land-Grant Holy Land for the latest happenings in the world of OSU recruiting.

Branch talks OSU offer

Earlier this month the Buckeyes threw their hat in the ring for one of the most underrated defensive back prospects in the entire class of 2020.

With previous scholarship offers on the table from the likes of South Carolina, Cincinnati, Louisville and Indiana, Sandy Creek High (GA) safety Brian Branch took to his Twitter page to share with the world his opportunity to line up for the Big Ten power.

“Coach Grinch gave me the offer,” the 6-foot, 175-pound Peach State junior stated to Land-Grant Holy Land.

“He (Grinch) calls me every week and this week was different. I didn’t know he was going to pull the offer out but he said I was one of the best playmakers in the class of 2020, and they’re going to be recruiting me hard. He said he really wants me there.” Branch went onto add.

Finishing his season at Sandy Creek with over 40 total tackles, and four interceptions, Branch, who is currently unrated by recruiting outlets, could watch his name skyrocket up the recruiting rankings in the coming weeks.

Still yet to make it to the OSU campus, that could soon change, as Branch is hoping to make it up to Columbus to watch the Buckeyes battle Michigan.

“I want to see Ohio State’s defense get back to the way it used to be. I think my prediction is that Ohio State beats Michigan, 24-17,” said Branch.