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Ohio State plays host to future and potential Buckeyes

A massive winter storm didn’t keep a number of top prospects from making the trek to Columbus over the weekend.

Justin Rogers

Although most things were closed around the Central Ohio area over the weekend due to a severe winter storm, business went on as usual for Ryan Day and the rest of the football staff at The Ohio State University.

Playing host to numerous future and potential Buckeyes, OSU may not have added to their 2019 or 2020 classes, but they did have a chance to show recruits what it would be like to suit up for the Big Ten powerhouse program.

Want to know who was in Columbus? Land-Grant Holy Land has your back. Below are some of the reported recruits who battled the weather to mingle with Day and company this weekend.

5-star OC Harry Miller

Class: 2019

Town: Buford,GA/Buford

Size: 6’3/305

Status: Ohio State signee

4-star OG Doug Nester

Class: 2019

Town: Huntington,WV/Spring Valley

Size: 6’6/305

Staus: Verbally committed to Ohio State

3-star S Bryson Shaw

Class: 2019

Town: Potomac,MD/The Bullis School

Size: 6’2/175

Status: Ohio State signee

3-star OT Dawand Jones

Class: 2019

Town: Indianapolis,IN/Ben Davis

Size: 6’8/360

Status: Uncommitted. Offers from the likes of Ohio State, USC, Florida, and Penn State

5-star OG Justin Rogers

Class: 2020

Town: Oak Park,MI/Oak Park

Size: 6’2/311

Status: Uncommitted. Offers from the likes of Ohio State, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, and LSU

Buckeyes offer 2020 athlete

Just like Curtis Samuel and Matthew Jones, another Erasmus Hall (NY) product could soon call Columbus his college stomping grounds.

After locking in a full ride scholarship offer from the Buckeyes on Friday morning, three-star class of 2020 athlete William Mohan now holds a chance to rock the Scarlet and Gray on the next level.

Adding the Buckeyes to his growing list of college opportunities, the 6-foot-1, 195-pound junior now holds an offer from not just Ohio State, but also from programs such as Boston College, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi State, Rutgers and the University of Tennessee.

Currently rated as the 75th athlete and 840th overall prospect in the the talent rich class of 2020, according to the 247Sports Composite, Mohan was a big reason why the Erasmus Hall Dutchmen finished the 2018 season with an overall record of 11-1.

Playing linebacker for head coach Danny Landberg, Mohan, who was named All-State by the USA Today, finished his junior campaign with nearly 50 total tackles and over a dozen quarterback sacks for the PSAL Champions.

See what caught Ohio State’s attention with these highlights of William Mohan in action.