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Ohio State plays host to numerous top prospects

The OSU staff didn’t just spend time with family over the Easter weekend. Meyer and crew also got time in with a long list of talented recruits.

2019 CB Sheridan Jones

Just like most of the world, you probably had a ton of activities to attend during the Easter weekend.

While it might’ve been a Holiday, Ohio State recruiting never sleeps. Did you miss out on your recruiting fix over the last few days? Don’t worry, Land-Grant Holy Land has your back.

Prospects invade Columbus

Urban Meyer and the rest of the Ohio State coaching staff have been busy not only trying to get the current Buckeyes ready for the spring game, but also playing host to a long list of highly sought after recruits.

This weekend was no different. Below are just some of the high school prospects who spent time on the Ohio State campus on Friday:

4-star CB Sheridan Jones

Class: 2019

Town: Norfolk,VA/Maury

Size: 6’0/170

Offers: Ohio State, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, etc

4-star WR Jake Smith

Class: 2019

Town: Scottsdale,AZ/Notre Dame Preparatory

Size: 6’1/190

Offers: Ohio State, Alabama, USC, Arizona, Arizona State, etc

4-star DT Hakeem Beamon

Class: 2019

Town: Chesterfield,VA/Lloyd C. Bird

Size: 6’3/245

Offers: Ohio State, North Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas, South Carolina, etc

3-star CB Jett Elad

Class: 2019

Town: Cleveland,OH/St. Ignatius

Size: 6’0/180

Offers: Akron, Buffalo, Kent State, Indiana State, Eastern Kentucky

3-star CB Nyles Beverly

Class: 2019

Town: Macedonia,OH/Nordonia

Size: 5’11/180

Offers: Michigan, Kentucky, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Akron, etc

4-star OT Paris Johnson Jr.

Class: 2020

Town: Cincinnati,OH/St. Xavier

Size: 6’7/275

Offers: Ohio State, Alabama, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Stanford, etc

4-star DE Bryce Mostella

Class: 2020

Town: Grand Rapids,MI/East Kentwood

Size: 6’6/235

Offers: Purdue, Akron, Ball State, Bowling Green, Western Michigan, etc

OSU vs Texas for 2019 WR

Just like nearly every year on the recruiting trail, Ohio State finds themselves mixing it up against the Texas Longhorns for one of the top recruits in the entire country.

Announcing his plans to verbal commit after visiting OSU, and UT, four-star wide receiver Garrett Wilson, a former Columbus area native, who now resides in Austin, will either suit up in the Scarlet and Gray or the White and Burnt Orange on the college level.

Once looked as a near lock to join his former Lake Travis High teammate and current Ohio State freshman quarterback Matthew Baldwin, some believe Wilson, who made the trek to Columbus recently, will now stay put in the southwest.

Still left with a chance to impress Wilson on his official trip to campus, the dynamic duo of Baldwin and the 6-foot, 185-pound soon-to-be senior could connect once again if all things workout later this month.

According to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, Wilson, who hauled in almost 100 receptions for over 1,700 yards and 26 touchdowns through the air as a junior, is currently considered the sixth wide out, and 46th overall prospect in the class of 2019.

Will Garrett Wilson end up back in Ohio or will he stay put in the Austin area? We won’t have to wait much longer to find out. Stick with Land-Grant Holy Land for the latest.

Quick Hits

  • 2019 four-star wide receiver Ramel Keyton of Marietta High in Georgia named his top six on Friday. Making the cut from over 25 offers, Ohio State, Miami, Penn State, Tennessee, Auburn, and Ole Miss are still in the mix for the 6-foot-3, 185-pound standout.
  • Also taking to his Twitter page to share with the world his current list of college leaders was fellow class of 2019 prospect Khris Bogle. The four-star defensive end from Florida has trimmed things down from 41 offers to 14 with Ohio State, USC, Clemson, Oklahoma, Penn State, Alabama, Oregon, Florida State, Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M, Miami, LSU, and Tennessee sticking out.