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Ohio State among current leaders for numerous top prospects

The Buckeyes are still in the mix for a long list of talented senior recruits.

2019 WR Craig Young

Ohio State football recruiting is one of the top sports stories again going into the week.

Although the Buckeyes did not land a verbal pledge, they once again found their name on the leader list of some of the most sought after prospects in the country.

Did you miss out on the news? Don’t worry, Land-Grant Holy Land has your back.

Buckeyes make the cut

Top football prospects generally trim their leader list down first before announcing their commitment to a program.

Ohio State is one step closer to adding to an already star-studded 2019 class. The Buckeye program was named among the leaders for numerous recruits over the last few days.

Below are some of the prospects that announced that the Buckeyes are still in contention for their signature.

4-star RB Deondrick Glass

Class: 2019

Town: Katy,TX/Katy

Size: 5’11/190

Top 10: Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas, TCU, Michigan, USC, Georgia, Alabama

3-star WR Craig Young

Class: 2019

Town: Fort Wayne,IN/Wayne

Size: 6’3/200

Top 5: Ohio State, Iowa, Purdue, Indiana, Michigan State

4-star WR Zion Puckett

Class: 2019

Town: Griffin,GA/Spalding

Size: 6’1/190

Top 10: Ohio State, Alabama, Auburn, Duke, Miami, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M

4-star WR Marcus Washington

Class: 2019

Town: Saint Louis,MO/Trinity Catholic

Size: 6’2/193

Top 6: Ohio State, Texas, Oregon, Missouri, Georgia, Florida State

2020 OL adds OSU offer

Ohio State already holds a verbal pledge from offensive lineman Jake Wray, but that doesn’t mean they’re done trying to secure a commitment from other soon-to-be junior prospects.

On Friday, the Buckeyes handed a four-star tackle from Memphis, Tennessee a chance to rock the Scarlet and Gray. Adding a scholarship offer from Ohio State to his growing list, Marcus Henderson of Memphis University School now holds over a dozen college opportunities.

Alabama, Auburn, Florida, LSU, and Tennessee are just a few of the schools that the Buckeyes now find themselves up against in the pursuit of the 6-foot-5, 300-pound roadblock.

Leading the way for the University School rushing attack to account for nearly 2,000 yards on the season, Henderson, the 13th offensive tackle and 80th overall prospect in the entire class of 2020, per 247Sports, helped pace the Owls to an overall record of 6-6 and a trip to the Tennessee High School football playoffs as a sophomore.

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