The Ohio State Buckeyes may not have had the whole recruiting world on the edge of their seats over the weekend, but the Scarlet and Gray still found their name in the headlines.
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Top prospects invade Columbus
The Buckeyes have already took the field for their annual spring game, but that doesn’t mean recruits are done making the trek to the Ohio State campus to mingle with the coaching staff, and get more familiar with what the program has going on.
Once again playing host to a long list of talented prospects, Urban Meyer and crew had their hands full with numerous highly sought after recruits over the weekend.
While the Buckeyes didn’t walk away with any commitments, Ohio State had the opportunity to show some of their top targets what it would be like to suit up in the Scarlet and Gray on the next level.
Below are just some of the prospects who had the chance to spend time in Columbus during the last few days.
Offers: Ohio State, Auburn, Michigan, Notre Dame, North Carolina State, etc
Town: Ramsey,NJ/Don Bosco Prep
Offers: Ohio State, Alabama, Penn State, Florida, Michigan, etc
Had A Great Day At Ohio State Thank You Coach Schiano pic.twitter.com/Y2F89Odjmw— Jalen Berger (@JalenBerger) April 21, 2018
Town: Oak Park,MI/Oak Park
Offers: Ohio State, Alabama, Florida State, Michigan, Rutgers, etc
- Nearly one month removed from visiting the Ohio State campus, Virginia class of 2019 defensive back Sheridan Jones verbally committed to the Clemson Tigers over the Buckeyes, South Carolina, Nebraska, and others on Friday.
- Fellow class of 2019 prospect, and onetime Ohio State offensive line target Michael Tarquin also committed elsewhere over the weekend. Now a future Miami Hurricane, Tarquin held offers from not just OSU, but also from the likes of Oklahoma, Oregon, Georgia, USC, and many others before deciding on the Canes.
- Four-star running back Devyn Ford will no longer visit OSU next weekend, according to reports. With the Buckeyes recently landing Steele Chambers, Ford, a class of 2019 recruit, seems to be down to Penn State and Virginia Tech—with the Hokies looked as the frontrunner to pick up a pledge from the Stafford, VA native.