- WR Dominique Booth will visit OSU on June 22nd
- Drew Barker attends Northwestern Wildcats camp
- Matt Wogan attends Ohio State Buckeyes camp
- Clemson Tigers offers Damian Prince
- Arkansas Razorbacks offers Tyler Luatua
- It was another great visit to Penn State for Saint Clairesville (OH) High Top100 2014 LB/TE Michael Ferns
- Tashawn Bower commits to Auburn
- Cincinnati Bearcats offers Ashton Jackson
- Caleb thinks he did well at camp but left without any indication of an offer. He plans to call the staff to see where he stands.
Scout $ - Meadows Hoping For OSU Offer
- By Wasserman....Says the staff told him that he was the best OL at camp. Focused on Indiana, Illinois, Ohio State & West Virginia.
Scout $ - Sprinkle Attends OSU's Camp
- By Scott.....Wanted to show what he could do at camp & wants to continue to improve.
Scout $ - Three Early Offers for NC QB ('14 NC QB Jalan McClendon)
- By Clark....South Carolina State, Wake Forest & UNC-Charlotte have offered. Also hearing from Ohio State, Tennessee, Duke, Georgia, Florida State, Florida, Miami, North Carolina, NC State & Clemson. Says Ohio State & Tennessee are recruiting him the hardest. Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Miami, Clemson & Ohio State stand out.
Scout $ - Mikale Wilbon Shows Buckeyes His Speed
- By Trieu....Says he ran a 4.48 second 40 at tOSU's camp. Says Coach Drayton said he's close to getting an offer.
Sophomore receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass (Springfield, Ohio/Springfield) had a nice surprise waiting for him on the other side of the line when he called the Ohio State coaching staff Friday. He called to talk with an assistant coach, and, after briefly doing that, the phone was passed on to Urban Meyer.
"It was a great experience," Snodgrass said.
Lists are meant to change, especially in the case of three-star offensive tackle Kyle Meadows (West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West).
Meadows worked out at the Senior Advanced Camp at Ohio State on Sunday and was told an offer could be coming this week.
If that happens, there’s a good chance he will alter his top three.
Caleb Day (Hilliard, Ohio/Darby) made the most of his second chance at Ohio State’s Senior Advanced Camp on Sunday.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Day had an offer under the previous Buckeyes’ regime, but was told to come to camp to be re-evaluated.
On Sunday, the 2013 recruit impressed when he turned in a 4.5 40-yard dash and looked strong in the individual drills both at cornerback and wide receiver. He also showed some good footwork to go with his speed.
Many of the top offensive line prospects in Ohio camped at Ohio State Sunday in hopes of earning an offer from the Buckeyes. One Sunday camper that has a really good chance of receiving an offer from the Buckeyes is Springboro (OH) offensive guard Sean Welsh. Welsh hold offers from Miami (FL), West Virginia, Iowa, Cincinnati, Kentucky, and many other division one schools. Sean and I discussed a potential offer from the Buckeyes, his overall recruitment, and much more! Keep checking back for updates on Sean (could be another in the very near future), as I will be keeping in touch with him throughout his recruitment.
- Camp: "It went great, it's probably the only camp I will be going to this summer. It was a lot different than most camps, it was kind of like a two-a-day. In the morning, we mostly did testing type things, then we had lunch, and then after lunch, we broke up in to positions, and got to show our competitiveness. It was a long day, but I think I performed really well."
- Potential Offer: "Coach Coombs and Coach Warriner told me they were going to have meeting today (Monday), to determine whether they would be taking one, or two linemen (from the camp. I'm going to call them later tonight, or tomorrow to see if they've decided to offer or not. I would really like to get the offer because it would be great to have the chance to play two hours from home at an elite football program. (More on camp) It was one of the most intense camps I've been to, the talent level there was really high."
- Leaders?: "I don't really have a select group, I like Iowa, Cincinnati because it's so close to home, Kentucky, and really just all of my offers. I don't think I could narrow it down to five or ten right now."
- Timetable: "I would prefer getting it over with before my season starts, but if I'm at the point where I'm not comfortable with committing anywhere, I'll do it after the season."
- Factors: "It's kind of a mix of factors. I want to got to a school where I can get a competitive degree, and also a place with a good football team, because winning is really important to me, I really hate losing. I would also like to play at a school that runs a spread offensive, because that's what my high school runs, so I already know how it works."
- Most schools are recruiting Sean as an offensive guard, or center. Iowa is the one school that likes him at tackle.
- Was a Buckeye fan growing up, was even born in Columbus.
- Strengths: Technique, run blocking.
- Improvements: Pass blocking.
- Goals: "I really want our team to win our division title, and then make it as far as we can in states."
- My thought: Sean is very much in the running to receive an offer from the Buckeyes. In fact the offer could come tomorrow.
Early this morning, I posted an update on Sean Welsh, who may receive an offer from the Buckeyes today. Welsh was just one of many offensive linemen who have a good chance of receiving an offer from the Buckeyes. Another offensive linemen in line to receive a potential offer is Toledo St. John's Jesuit (OH) offensive guard/defensive end, Matt Miller. Most big ten schools like Miller on the offensive like, specifically at guard, while most big east schools like Miller on the defensive side of the ball. Matt and I talked about his recent camp performance at Ohio State, a potential Buckeye offer, and more! Keep checking back for updates on Matt, as I will be in touch with him throughout his recruitment.
- Camp: "I thought it went really well. I laid it all on the line, hopefully I did well enough to earn an offer."
- Potential offer: "Coach Herman told me I'm a guy they could offer. I thought I made a good impression on the staff, and got to know them better. I'm actually supposed to call Coach Herman today to see where I stand, so I'll be giving him a call in a couple of hours to see what he has to say."
- What would an offer mean?: "It would mean a lot, especially because I'm an Ohio kid. Not only are the academics at Ohio State good, their football program is one of the best in the country, and with Urban Meyer now leading the program, many are expecting the best years of Ohio State football yet.
- How many offensive line spots left?: "Coach Warriner, and Coach Herman told me they definitely have one spot open, and maybe two."
- Camping anywhere else?: "Most schools have told me they have seen enough out of me, so I don't believe I will be camping anywhere else. Schools like Wisconsin, and Iowa just want to see me on campus before they offer, so I'll be heading to those two schools very soon."
- Next schools to offer?: "I think Iowa and Wisconsin will offer when I visit, then I also hope to get the Ohio State offer. I also believe Michigan could offer soon."
- Leaders: "I don't have a top group right now. In my head I have a few schools ahead of others, but I really don't have a top list of schools."
- Timetable: "In a perfect would I would like to have it done before the season, so I could focus on nothing, but my team. If I'm not ready though, I'll wait to make my decision after the season."
- Factors: "To tell you the truth, it's tough to pinpoint one, or two things. Academics will be huge, it's really important to earn a good degree for after football. Other important things would be the football program, proximity to home, coaches, and early playing time."
- Strengths: "Definitely the mental side. It's always important to bring an important level of intensity to the game, and I think I do a good job of that. Also I think a lot of coaches like my athleticism."
- Improvements: "Probably my size. Right now I'm 6'5", 250 pounds, which is a weight I'm comfortable at, but if I'm going to be playing guard in the Big Ten, I'm definitely going to need to add weight and strength to my frame."
- Position: "Most big ten schools like me at guard, or center, while Big East schools like me on the defensive side of the ball. I have no offense/defense preference."
- Goals: "Right now we're working hard as a team to be the best team we can be. We really want to win our division, and beat our rivals. I'm not really into personal accolades, they're great, but my team's success is a lot more important than those."
- Thought: Matt is one of 3-4 offensive linemen strongly in the running to receive an offer.