Urban Meyer has become one of the country’s top college football recruiters in the country during his tenure at Ohio State. One of the ways he has been able to achieve this elite status is his innate knack for identifying talent early in the recruitment cycle.
Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class is beginning to shape up nicely being ranked No. 9 in the country and No. 2 in the Big Ten, according to 247Sports.
Because of this head start, the Ohio State coaching staff is finding time to focus in on next year’s recruiting class and multiple talented recruits are catching their eyes and are earning scholarship offers to play college football in Columbus.
Below are some of the recruits Ohio State offered scholarship offers to Monday.
Town: Chester, VA/Thomas Dale
Notable Offers: Penn State, Maryland, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Ohio State
Town: Camden, NJ/Woodrow Wilson
Notable Offers: Penn State, Nebraska, Rutgers, Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, South Carolina, Ohio State
Blessed to receive my 17th offer form Ohio state pic.twitter.com/xZp0zBl6RW— BIG FRANK ♂️ (@fadil_diggs) May 14, 2018
Town: Lake Forest, IL/Lake Forest
Notable Offers: Notre Dame, Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Minnestoa, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue, Rutgers, Wisconsin, Ohio State
Town: Ocala, FL/Dunnellon
Notable Offers: Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisville, Nebraska, Ohio State
Ohio State offers 2019 TE
While the Ohio State coaching staff has certainly found time to look at the 2020 recruiting class, don’t think for a second that they have forgotten about this year’s crop.
Late Monday afternoon, four-star tight end Ethan Rae (Orange, CA / Orange Lutharan) took to Twitter to show off the coveted Ohio State offer.
The California native receiving his scholarship, now joins teammates four-star QB Ryan Hilinski and four-star WR Kyle Ford. Of the group, Rae seems to be most likely to commit to Ohio State as Hilinski has already committed to South Carolina and Ford is trending towards USC.
Rae is one of the better TEs in this years class. The 247Sports Composite Rankings have him listed as the No. 7 TE to go along with the No. 254 best overall prospect in the country.
Ohio State joins the likes of Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State, Notre Dame, Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M, USC, Oregon, Cal and UCLA competing for Rae’s commitment.
- Ohio State four-star ATH commit Ronnie Hickman received All-American status, committing to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.