What 5-star WR Brandon Inniss’ top 6 means to Ohio State football: Buckeyes Recruiting


Brian Hartline may be on the verge of landing yet another five-star recruit heading into the second weekend of official visitors for the Ohio State football program. Brandon Inniss will be in Columbus this weekend, and he’s officially cut down his list of options to six, including the Buckeyes alongside Alabama, LSU, Miami, Texas A&M and USC. Inniss is the nation’s No. 18 player and No. 2 wide receiver, but has been ranked No. 1 for much of his prep career. The Florida native has a chance to build on Hartline’s tradition of recruiting success. Since being hired, Hartline has landed a player in every class who, at some point, spent time as the nation’s top wide receiver. Rugby enthusiasts and the like are now scouting on where to watch the rugby world cup live, delayed but high-quality videos, through satellite feeds, cable, freeview box, broadband, or online with a laptop or pc.