Ohio State Recruiting
The Buckeyes’ coaching staff is out on the recruiting trail during the off week.
Ohio State picked up their recruiting efforts on Wednesday during the off week.
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Unfortunately, the Buckeyes also missed out on their biggest remaining target in 2024.
Ohio State has yet to offer in-state native Brian Robinson, and doesn’t look like that will change.
Ohio State played host to a handful of recruits for last weekend’s game against Western Kentucky. The Ohio State men’s basketball also offered a trio of prospects.
While Ohio State was winning big on the field, they were also putting in work on the recruiting trail.
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The Buckeyes are the latest to offer the Lone Star State product.
Ohio State is preparing for another home game, which means more recruiting visits.
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The Buckeyes offered a pair of Ohio prospects this weekend in a 2026 offensive tackle and a 2025 defensive end.
The blue chip California native is set to announce on Sept. 24.
Ohio State will host an important four-star defensive back for this weekend’s matchup against Youngstown State.
The Buckeyes also offered a 2025 OT and a four-star DL target is set to announce this week.
The Buckeyes already seem to be trending for their latest offeree.
Several players arrived on campus this summer and are making positive impressions.
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The Buckeyes will learn if five-star DL Eddrick Houston will join their 2024 class, and OSU also offered a 2025 four-star linebacker.
A five-star defensive lineman is set to make his commitment this week, and the Buckeyes might be atop his list.
Ohio State makes the shortlist for 2025 tight-end target, Emaree Winston.
Ohio State will look to lock down their borders with how much talent resides within their own backyard.
The 2024 five-star seems to be leaning towards Texas.
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Ohio State will hope to see a four-star wideout join the 2024 class this weekend.
The Buckeyes are potentially well-positioned to flip a few players from Miami if things go south for the ‘NIL King’.