- Darron Lee had touchdown runs of 1 and 32 yards as New Albany defeated Lewis Center Olentangy 33-14
- Tennessee & Ole Miss offers Nick Watkins
- Ishmail Wainright & Beejay Anya officially visits Ohio State Basketball
- Texas visits Laquon Treadwell
- Michigan State visits Dominique Booth
- 2014 Ohio RB Devine Redding will attend games at both Indiana and Ohio State Saturday
- Ole Miss offers Jamarco Jones & Parrker Westphal
- Oklahoma offers Nyles Morgan
- Defensive back Jayme Thompson made nine tackles as Toledo Central Catholic defeated Lima Senior 47-7.
- Michigan offers Marshon Lattimore
- Notre Dame visits Mikale Wilbon
- A source says that FSU decommit WR Tony Stevens has OSU #1
- Source also says current FSU commit Levonte Whitfield will visit Ohio State after season. Meyer still recruiting Whitfield.
- Mike Vrabel is supposed to be in attendance tonight for Jaylon Smith's game
- "Doubt Gators LB commits James Hearns & Daniel McMillian will flip on Ohio State visits. They just want to see something new & enjoy process" per Zach Abolverdi
- JT Barrett was 3-5 passing for 26 yards and ran for 62 yards and a TD on 7 carries in a 44-17 win over Brewer
Rivals - Bucks ready for a huge visit weekend '13 OH ATH De'Niro Laster, '14 OH OL Nick Richardson & '14 IA WR Allen Lazard
- Will/Expected to visit for Nebraska game
Here’s how highly regarded a prospect safety Vonn Bell is.
“Even though he’s said who his final three schools are, he’s still got other schools trying to recruit him,” said Mark Mariakis, Bell’s high-school coach in Rossville, Ga. “They keep calling.”
The good news for Ohio State coaches is their calls are still being well-received. The Buckeyes are in Bell’s final three, which also includes nearby Tennessee, said to be the favorite of his family, and Alabama.
The attraction for all three of those finalists is the same as for those schools trying to get into the competition.
“A lot of kids have the speed and a lot of kids have the athletic ability,” Mariakis said. “But Vonn brings all of those qualities in the body of a functioning football player.
“And probably the one thing that separates him is his tackling and hitting ability. He is a great tackler who takes great angles.”
Bell packs that elite athletic ability into a 6-foot, 190-pound frame. He was clocked at 4.45 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
“He can rotate deep as a safety for us, he can roll down into the box to help stop the run, and he can cover,” Mariakis said. “He is just an outstanding overall player.”
Junior tight end Bryce Dixon has been one of the driving forces behind Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure's strong 5-1 start this season, and while the 6-foot-2, 228-pound athlete has been slowed the last two weeks by a high ankle sprain and broken thumb, his recruitment is picking up speed.
After receiving his first scholarship offer from Miami in early September, Dixon added offer No. 2 on Thursday, when he spoke with Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian.
"I've expected it because they said last Thursday that they were going to offer on Monday," Dixon said. "When that didn't happen, I was kind of shocked that it came today. I know it's a great school, but I don't know much else about them."