- UCLA offered Lorenzo Carter
- Oklahoma State offered Elisha Shaw
- Notre Dame offered Natrell Curtis
- Ole Miss offered Quincy Wilson & Kyle Allen
- Wake Forest offered C.J. Reavis
- Michigan State & Oklahoma offered Chad Mavety
- Louisville & Marshall offered Johnnie Dixon
- Wisconsin offered Mason Cole
- Arizona offered Tyler Luatua
- Texas Tech offered Nick Watkins
- Kentucky offered Lonnie Johnson
- LSU offered Jalen Tabor & Clifton Garrett
- C.J. Reavis unofficially visits Wake Forest
- Elijah Hood unofficially visits Notre Dame
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Two visits scheduled for Ohio State, two recent Buckeye offers speak about their offer, and Drew Basil now handling two positions on the field? Might be 'two' much to handle in February 22nd's edition of State Secrets.
Recruiting analysts constantly debate different prospects' ever-changing interests in numerous schools, trying to disseminate between legitimate "interest" and feigned "interest." Few would argue against the premise that the most important tactic to recruit an athlete is to get him on campus. Fortunately for Buckeye fans, young or old, Coach Urban Meyer is bringing in stud after stud to Columbus and churning out stellar reviews of visits to Ohio's capital.
Yesterday, our very own Charles Doss caught up with Maurice Ways, a 2014 receiver from Franklin, Michigan (Detroit Country Day School). Doss was told that Ways plans on visiting Ohio State on March 30th. Currently, Ways does not have a star rating according to most of the recruiting websites, but holds offers from Bowling Green and Toledo and has garnered attention from Michigan, Michigan State, and Pittsburgh. It never hurts to get recruits on campus, no matter how high or low the recruiting rankings indicate of their ability. We'll see if the 6-3, 175-pound receiver blows up during the summer camp circuit and his senior season.
Marcelys Jones couldn’t wait to tweet this week that Alabama had offered him a scholarship. The same went for Marshon Lattimore, and both let the world know that their teammate Erick Smith had been offered, as well. The news wasn’t that Alabama had made offers to three more football prospects; it was that all play for Cleveland Glenville, a talent pipeline to Ohio State for more than a decade. Jones, an offensive lineman, was the first player to commit to the Ohio State 2014 recruiting class on Dec. 25. Lattimore, an all-purpose athlete, and Smith, a safety, hold offers from the Buckeyes.
It’s not the first time Alabama coach Nick Saban has stepped into Ohio State territory — the Tide signed linebacker Trey DePriest out of Springfield two years ago — but now Saban and Urban Meyer might be running into each other in the halls of Glenville.