Visitors List (Subject To Change)
Core 6 Day
'15 WR Miles Boykin (New Lenox, IL)
15 DT Tim Settle (Manassas, VA)
'15 DB Cameron Ordway (Pulaski, TN)
'15 RB Natereace Strong (East Saint Louis, IL) - tentative
'15 WR Alex Ofodile (Columbia, MO)
'15 DE Terry Beckner Jr. (East Saint Louis, IL)
'17 WR Jeff Thomas (East Saint Louis, IL)
July 25th (Friday Night Lights)
'15 LB Shaq Quarterman (Orange Park, FL)
247 $ - Buckeyes Visit & Offer Top 2016 In Illinois '16 IL DE Joshua King
- Offered today. Grew up watching Ohio State & loves Columbus.
Scout $ - Two-team battle for Kilby-Lane '15 FL LB Sh'mar Kilby-Lane
- Down to Ohio State & Florida State.
Ohio State's 2015 recruiting class hosted a number of key targets last weekend, including the nation's 66th-ranked prospect, Richmond (Va.) linebacker Ricky DeBerry, Jr. Deberry, a 6-foot-3, 245 pound defensive standout at St. Christopher's School, has no shortage of collegiate opportunities. He has 51 scholarship offers, including Ohio State, Alabama, Clemson, Michigan State, Florida, Oklahoma, USC, Baylor and (obviously) dozens more.
An intriguing prospect with the size and speed to play multiple positions on defense, DeBerry has caught the eye of Larry Johnson, Sr., who is one of two coaches responsible for his recruitment (Zach Smith being the other.) As a defensive standout, it's been Johnson in charge of late, including DeBerry's visit to Columbus last weekend with fellow Virginian Matthew Burrell.
Starting things off today with some interesting news, current football commit Eric Glover-Williams was involved in an altercation at his school which resulted in a suspension for the Canton McKinley star. EGW, is one of two commits for Ohio State's 2015 class and there's a chance that number could drop to one, depending on how the Ohio State's coaching staff takes the news.
It's not wise to worry about recruiting in the month of April, but there's no doubt that Buckeye Nation would sleep a bit better at night having a handful of commits locked up in this class
Though no decision has been communicated from the coaching staff to Glover-Williams, it doesn't look good for him, especially when you take into account how Urban Meyer has handled these types of incidents in the past. For the full update on this situation, click here.