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Buckeyes offer instate tight end
One day after showcasing his talents in front of Ryan Day and the rest of the Ohio State coaching staff at camp on Thursday, Cincinnati Elder class of 2020 tight end Joe Royer, a high school teammate of current OSU verbal pledge Jakob James, now holds an opportunity to suit up on college level in the Scarlet and Gray.
Locking in his scholarship from the Buckeyes on Friday, the 6-foot-5 225-pound three-star prospect adds Ohio State to a offer list that previously consisted of programs such as Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Penn State, West Virginia, and many others.
I am extremely excited to have received an offer from The Ohio State University!! Thank you @OSUCoachKDub and @ryandaytime for this opportunity! Go Bucks‼️ pic.twitter.com/pL3nU689p3— Joe Royer (@JoeRoyer25) June 7, 2019
More than just a blocker for Elder, Royer has shown big play ability when the football is in his hands. Last season as a junior for the Panthers, he hauled in 32 receptions for over 600 yards and five touchdowns to help pace his squad to an overall record of 8-5.
See what Joe Royer could add to the Buckeyes offense with these highlights of him in action:
- On Sunday night, OSU flipped four-star offensive lineman Grant Toutant away from Penn State.
- Bergen Catholic (NJ) 2020 safety Jordan Morant named his final five on Friday. With plans set to announce his commitment on January 4 2020, Morant will pick from OSU, Michigan, Texas A&M, USC, and Penn State.
- 2021 four-star wide receiver Shadrach Banks dropped his current leader list via his Twitter page on Saturday. Banks, a product of Houston’s North Shore Senior High has a top 10 that at the moment consists of Ohio State, Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas A&M, and USC.
- Dekel Crowdus, a three-star wide receiver out of Lexington, Ky., will camp at OSU on the 15h. The 5-foot-10, 165-pound class of 2021 speedster has yet to pick up an offer from Ohio State, but holds chances to attend Kentucky, Louisville, Penn State, Purdue, Tennessee and others.