The Ozone has come out with Ohio scout John McCallister's take on OSU's offensive commitments, in the same fashion as the previous analysis of the defensive commits posted last week. Enjoy
- Interesting that he says Marshall is the top overall prospect in Ohio, as this is something scout's have widely disagreed upon, but obviously McCallister has more time to look at a player in terms of his projection at the next level.
- Looks like Lisle is destined for a redshirt, which is good, because another tackle spot will be up for grabs when he hits his redshirt freshman season.
- On Houston: "William is a fullback, and schools always need a fullback. I think he will be a very good fullback at Ohio State. But he's just a fullback. He's not a linebacker, he doesn't have a burst. He's just a good old fullback who will hit you. He's the old pro-style fullback" I wish I knew what position Houston plays, hmm.
- Good to hear about Gibson's physicality. A lot of burner slot type WRs are small and can't fight for balls, and we need guys to carry in the footsteps of the quick WRs who can still go up and get catches, a la Devin Smith (at times)