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Ohio State’s jam-packed June recruiting schedule

The Buckeyes are going to be very busy this summer.

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You have heard by now, but the recruiting dead period is finally set to come to an end on June 1. As a result, dozens upon dozens of the nation’s top prospects will be flocking to Columbus this summer as Ryan Day and his staff try to make a lasting impression in their first official visits since the start of the pandemic.

Right now, that first weekend in June is set to be ‘Buckeye Bash 2.0’, where Ohio State will host all of its current commits in the 2022 class as well as some of its other remaining top targets. However, that is not the only busy recruiting weekend to look forward to in the first month of what will be an in-person recruiting frenzy. Here is how the current schedule of visits shakes out as we stand at this moment.


June 1-2 (Camps)

  • Uncommitted 2023 prospects set to make unofficial visits:
    - Four-star Luke Montgomery (No. 4 OT, No 51 Natl.)
    - Four-star Nicholaus Iamaleava (No. 5 Pro-style, No. 67 Natl.)
    - Three-star Tanner Lemaster (No. 17 TE, N/A Natl.)
    - Five-star Sonny Styles (No. 1 S, No. 23 Natl.) — Probable

June 4-6 (Buckeye Bash 2.0)

  • Ohio State’s current 2022 commits confirmed attending:
    - Quinn Ewers (No. 1 QB, No. 1 Natl.)
    - Jaheim Singletary (No. 5 CB, No. 13 Natl.)
    - C.J. Hicks (No. 2 OLB, No. 17 Natl.)
    - Caleb Burton (No. 4 WR, No. 35 Natl.)
    - Gabe Powers (No. 3 OLB, No. 43 Natl.)
    - Jyaire Brown (No. 13 CB, No. 115 Natl.)
    - Kyion Grayes (No. 19 WR, No. 146 Natl.)
    - Tegra Tshabola (No. 20 OT, No. 183 Natl.)
    - Benji Gosnell (No. 13 TE, No. 320 Natl.)
    - Bennett Christian (No. 14 TE, No. 347 Natl.)
  • Ohio State’s most recent 2022 commits, likely attending:
    - Ryan Turner (No. 35 CB, No. 381 Natl.)
    - Kye Stokes (No. 49 ATH, No. 558 Natl.)
  • Uncommitted 2022 prospects set to make official visits:
    - Five-star Zach Rice (No. 1 OT, No. 5 Natl.)
    - Five-star Omari Abor (No. 2 SDE, No. 21 Natl.)
    - Four-star Zion Branch (No. 4 S, No. 49 Natl.)
    - Four-star Xavier Nwankpa (No. 5 S, No. 71 Natl.)
    - Four-star Aamil Wagner (No. 10 OT, No. 109 Natl.)
    - Four-star Toriano Pride (No. 22 CB, No. 180 Natl.)
    - Four-star Dominick James (No. 16 DT, No. 181 Natl.)
  • Uncommitted 2023 prospects set to make unofficial visits:
    - Four-star Derrick LeBlanc (No. 6 SDE, No. 54 Natl.)
    - Four-star John Walker (No. 6 DT, No. 74 Natl.)

June 7-9 (Camps)

  • Uncommitted 2023 prospects set to make unofficial visits:
    - Five-star Richard Young (No. 1 RB, No. 18 Natl.)
    - Five-star Treyaun Webb (No. 3 ATH, No. 34 Natl.)
    - Four-star Carnell Tate (No. 7 WR, No. 47 Natl.)
    - Four-star Justice Haynes (No. 3 RB, No. 62 Natl.)
    - Four-star Joshua Padilla (No. 6 OG, No. 161 Natl.)

June 11-13 (Second Weekend)

  • Uncommitted 2022 prospects set to make official visits:
    - Four-star Gavin Sawchuk (No. 2 RB, No. 42 Natl.)
    - Four-star Joe Brunner (No. 7 OT, No. 55 Natl.)
    - Four-star C.J. Williams (No. 9 WR, No. 72 Natl.)
    - Four-star Wilfredo Aybar (No. 7 WDE, No. 147 Natl.)
    - Four-star Austin Jordan (No. 10 S, No. 196 Natl.)
    - Four-star Ephesians Prysock (No. 24 CB, No. 198 Natl.)
    - Four-star Jaylen Early (No. 9 OG, No. 201 Natl.)
    - Four-star Curtis Neal (No. 24 DT, No. 327 Natl.)

June 14-16 (Camps)

  • Uncommitted 2022 prospects set to make official visits:
    - Four-star Addison Nichols (No. 3 OG, No. 103 Natl.)
  • Uncommitted 2023 prospects set to make unofficial visits:
    - Four-star Dakota Patterson (No. 11 ATH, No. 76 Natl.)
    - Three-star A.J. Salley (No. 19 OT, N/A Natl.)

June 18-20 (Third Weekend)

  • Uncommitted 2022 prospects set to make official visits:
    - Four-star Kojo Antwi (No. 13 WR, No. 90 Natl.)
    - Four-star Dallan Hayden (No. 22 RB, No. 225 Natl.)
    - Three-star Jake Pope (No. 23 S, No. 376 Natl.)
  • Uncommitted 2023 prospects set to make unofficial visits:
    - Four-star Mac Markway (No. 4 TE, No. 76 Natl.)
    - Four-star Ty Lockwood (No. 5 TE, No. 79 Natl.)

June 21-22 (Camps)

  • Uncommitted 2022 prospects set to make official visits:
    - Four-star Tyler Booker (No. 5 S, No. 40 Natl.)
    - Four-star Kamari Ramsey (No. 8 S, N0. 107 Natl.)
  • Uncommitted 2023 prospects set to make unofficial visits:
    - Five-star Malik Bryant (No. 2 WDE, No. 13 Natl.)
    - Five-star Jaiden Ausberry (No. 2 OLB, No. 32 Natl.)
    - Four-star Payton Kirkland (No. 8 OT, No. 87 Natl.)

June 25-27 (Fourth Weekend)

  • Uncommitted 2022 prospects set to make official visits:
    - Five-star Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy (No. 3 DT, No. 16 Natl.)
    - Four-star Enai White (No. 2 WDE, No. 39 Natl.)
    - Four-star Kenyatta Jackson (No. 5 WDE, No. 78 Natl.)
    - Four-star Kam Dewberry (No. 9, No. 100 Natl.)
    - Four-star Christen Miller (No. 9 DT, No. 118 Natl.)
    - Four-star Omarion Hampton (No. 10 RB, No. 136 Natl.)
    - Four-star Chris McClellan (No. 19 DT, No. 244 Natl.)
    - Three-star Jayden Bellamy (No. 39 CB, No. 427 Natl.)

Obviously this list is set to change as more guys are added and some prospects’ plans change, but as you can see Ohio State is going to have its hands full this offseason with a bountiful summer of recruiting visits.