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Ohio State reportedly offers 2020 wide receiver

The Buckeyes entered the recruiting race for a brother of a current rival.

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While out enjoying time with family and friends over the weekend, you might’ve missed out on some of the latest news surrounding the recruiting efforts of the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Don’t Worry! Land-Grant Holy Land is here to help get you caught back up with things.

Buckeyes offer McNamara

No matter what, Ryan Day and the Ohio State coaching staff are going to hit the recruiting trail hard trying to find play makers to add to the Buckeyes future roster.

Dishing out a number of scholarships, and preferred walk-on offers in recent weeks, Day and company have now reportedly handed two-star class of 2020 wide receiver Kyle McNamara a chance to call Columbus his college home.

McNamara, might be a name some Big Ten fans find very familiar. The younger brother of current University of Michigan freshman quarterback Cade McNamara, Kyle adds his opportunity with Cade’s arch rival OSU alongside a chance to attend Mid American Conference program, Central Michigan University.

A solid route runner, McNamara displayed just that earlier this month, hauling in nine receptions for 229 yards through the air, and three touchdowns in a runaway victory over Goodpasture Christian.

Suiting up at Nashville’s Lipscomb Academy, the 5-foot-9, 170-pounder plays for former NFL signal caller Trent Dilfer. Having a chance to know him on and off of the football field, Dilfer shared the following on Friday afternoon after learning the news of McNamara’s scholarship offer from the Buckeyes coaching staff.

With a long list of young talented football players currently on the roster, Ryan Day, Brian Hartline, and OSU already hold verbal pledges from a number of the top offensive prospects in the country. Penciled to be Buckeyes next season, McNamara, the 391st receiver in the 2020 class, per the 247Sports Composite, would join fellow senior standouts Julian Fleming, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Gee Scott Jr., and Mookie Cooper in this years class of recruits.

Want to see Kyle McNamara in action for yourself? Check out some of his high school highlights: