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Future Buckeyes prepare for All-American Bowl

Ohio State will be well represented at the All-American Bowl.

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Ohio State has six commits in the 2019 class invited to the All-American Bowl, tied with LSU for the most in the country. Even more impressive is that this is the fifth consecutive year the Ohio State has lead the country in attendees for the event. The game will take place on Jan. 5, and NBC will be broadcasting the event at 1 p.m. ET.

On Monday, those invited to participate in the event had check-in and future Buckeyes will be all over the field in the coming days. Representing Ohio State on the eastern squad will be five-star center Harry Miller, five-star defensive end Zach Harrison, four-star running back Steele Chambers, four-star safety Ronnie Hickman and four-star offensive guard verbal commit Doug Nester.

The lone future Buckeye on the western squad is five-star wide-receiver prospect Garrett Wilson.

Not pictured in the above tweet by strength and conditioning coach Mark Pantoni is Buckeye verbal commit Doug Nester as Ohio State is not officially able to mention him as he has yet to sign his National Letter of Intent.

The event will be a great way for Buckeye Nation to get their football fix following today’s Rose Bowl as all six commits figure to see an ample amount of playing time.

Ohio State 4-star WR commit puts on display

The All-American Bowl is not the only game the country’s top prospects are preparing for this week. The Under Armour All-American Game will be taking place Thursday, Jan. 3 and Ohio State will be represented there as well.

Most notably is Ohio State four-star wide receiver Jameson Williams. On Monday, the pads came on at practice and Williams showed everyone in attendance that the Buckeyes are getting something special as he dominated on the field and brought in some ridiculous catches.

Allen Trieu of 247Sports captured some highlights of Williams in action Monday, and you need to check out the moves yourself.

The combination of Williams and Wilson should excite Ohio State WR coach Brian Hartline and all of Buckeye Nation.

Quick Hit:

  • Ohio State verbal commit Doug Nester is seeing some action in his recruitment lately. It is being reported that his pledge to Ohio State may not be as strong as it once was and that he is planning to take more official visits soon. The news isn’t too surprising as Nester mentioned he would see what other schools had to offer, following the news of Urban Meyer’s retirement after the Rose Bowl. Nester still has Ohio State listed as a top school and has yet to decommit, but his recruitment will be one to watch.