Another day and another Buckeye commitment winning big honors. This time, wide receiver Terry McLaurin from Cathedral High School (Indianapolis, Ind.) gets the prize; he was named Indiana's "Mr. Football" this morning.
McLaurin, who committed to Ohio State in late June, burst onto the national recruiting with eye-popping combine numbers at Nike's "The Opening," football camp in Eugene, Oregon in early July, led his Irish to a state championship with a dominating state final performance.
At 6-foot-tall and 190-pounds, the speedy Hoosier will become another versatile weapon in Urban Meyer's Buckeye arsenal, capable of finding paydirt whether he's lined up in the offensive backfield, in the slot, at wide receiver or returning punts and kicks.
For more on Terry McLaurin, check his highlights here.