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Ohio State has been on a recruiting tear over the past month

Surprise, Urban Meyer can still recruit!

NCAA Football: Ohio State Spring Game Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

If you hadn’t noticed, Ohio State has acquired (roughly) 2 billion stars worth of class of 2019 and 2020 recruits over the past month. The slew of commitments has the Buckeyes rolling, and if we know anything about Urban Meyer and Co., this is just the beginning.

On this episode of Hangout in the Holy Land, Patrick Mayhorn and Colton Denning break down everything you need to know about the commitments, the direction of each class, and more, including:

  • How Jack Miller’s commitment is another sign of Co-Offensive Coordinator/QB coach Ryan Day helping shift Ohio State’s QB recruiting philosophy.
  • Ohio State pushing this new philosophy hard to a handful of wide receiver recruits, and why it’s working.
  • Who the leaders of each class are.
  • The top remaining targets in each class, and more!

(Note: We recorded this before the Kane Patterson commitment; crootin’ never stops)

The guys also discuss Patrick’s recent masterpiece interview with Buckeyes’ play-by-play man Paul Keels about the soul of college football, why they think Keita Bates-Diop will have a successful NBA career, and Jim Harbaugh finally deciding that he might want to start recruiting Ohio players.