- Jalen Hurd's stats through four games: 1,245 yards and 17 touchdowns on 83 carries.
- Per MarQuez North's father, 2 official visits will be Ohio State and Tennessee.
- Tyquan Lewis will make his choice next Thursday (9/20) at 4 pm at his high school
2014 Ohio Athlete Likes Buckeyes (the ozone)
Galion, Ohio has itself a football player in young Dareian Watkins.
At 6-2, 192 pounds, Watkins has garnered attention from a number of college programs for the class of 2014. The only Big Ten schools to offer so far have been Illinois and Northwestern, but more are likely to come for the wideout/running back out of Ohio.
Will Ohio State be one of them? He is listed as an Athlete, but can play either quarterback or wide receiver at the high school level. He probably won’t play quarterback at the next level, unless he ends up somewhere like Georgia Tech.
Illinois is the leader and has offered early, but Watkins grew up rooting for Ohio State. He recently made the trip to Northwestern for the Vanderbilt game. The Wildcats made an offer for him to play QB, so if Ohio State wants in on this top Ohio prospect, they better offer soon.
Urban Meyer loves recruiting high school quarterbacks to play all over the field and Watkins is one of those guys. He recently took time to answer questions from The-Ozone.
Dravon Henry can lean on All-Pro cousin (espn insider)
ALIQUIPPA, Pa. -- When Dravon Henry has a question about football, he has a few NFL options to turn to.
The 2014 Aliquippa (Pa.) running back can look to Chad Askew, who spent time with the Jets in the 1990s. He can ask Charles Fisher, a second-round pick in the 1999 draft by the Bengals. Or he can turn to his $46 million cousin and one of football’s best players.
All-everything cornerback Darrelle Revis, a former Quip himself, is Henry’s cousin.
Basically saying he is interested and wants to visit, also an offer is being reported in this article
MONACA, Pa. -- Sometimes exceptions to the rule can be made. Robert Foster is as soft spoken and unassuming as the quaint town of Monaca, Pa., where he lives.
Located just a few miles off the shores of the Ohio River, Monaca is one of those postcard towns that can't be painted. To see it for yourself is the only way to fully understand its charm. That's Robert Foster.
As Central Valley athletic director Sam Cercone put it, "Robert is that quiet kid who is oblivious about how special he is. He knows he's got talent, but doesn't know how big a deal he really is."
But when the Warriors wide receiver picked up his jersey on Wednesday as part of the American Family Insurance Selection Tour for the 2013 Under Armour All-America Game, Foster was willing to bend the rules a bit.
Normally, the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Foster is the guy who sits in the background before exploding on the field at game time. But on Wednesday, he let loose just a bit -- well, as loose as the down-to-earth Foster can.
Dorian Johnson could visit Pitt Saturday (espn insider)
ESPN 150 offensive tackle Dorian Johnson (Belle Vernon, Pa./Belle Vernon) has a final three, and two of those will play this weekend.
Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech will meet at Heinz Field on Saturday, and Johnson lives less than an hour from Pittsburgh.
Johnson, a Penn State decommit and No. 27 in the ESPN 150, wrote in a text he "might go but we have film and lifting early [Saturday] morning so i might not be able to."