- Wisconsin offered Quincy Wilson
- Kentucky offered Bryce Dixon
- Vanderbilt offered Parrker Westphal
- Cincinnati offered Kevin Mouhon & Mikale Wilbon
- Connecticut offered C.J. Reavis
- West Virginia offered Vayante Copeland
- Missouri offered Dylan Thompson
- Michigan State offered Austin Roberts
- California offered Demarre Kitt
- Austin Roberts visits Michigan State
- Jermaine Eluemunor confirms that, at this moment, the only confirmed visit date is to Ohio State on November 23rd
- @alex11w WR Drake Harris tells me he is aiming to visit #OhioState in April
BN $ - Huge OT Nearing Ohio State Offer? '14 FL OL David Sharpe
- OSU initiated contact last week for the first time...says Alabama, Florida and Florida State stand out (all offered)...also has offers from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, North Carolina, Duke and others.
Scout $ - Copeland Heating Up With New Offers '14 OH ATH Vayante Copeland
- By Berk...MSU, Illinois and Cincinnati have offered...also talking to WVU, BC and Nebraska...hopes to visit OSU this spring.
Kyle Allen Interview (Teammate of Mark Andrews who holds an OSU offer)
LA NFTC: OL/DL One-on-Ones (Part 1)
LA NFTC: OL/DL One-on-Ones (Part 2)
The coaching staff continues their assault on the class of 2014, offering a safety that was in Columbus last year for Friday Night Lights and the Buckeyes also claim their stake at making the cut at the top of recruits' lists.
On Monday, we mentioned that the Buckeyes had offered '15 QB Kyle Murray, which was interesting because of Murray being the second quarterback to receive an offer in the class of 2015. The 5'11", 170-pound sophomore received that offer on Friday, but just recently delved a little deeper into where the Buckeyes currently stood when matched up against other schools. It appears as of now, if Murray were to make a top five, the following teams would be included: Clemson, Florida, Ohio State, Oregon and Texas A&M. The Aggies are the clear-cut favorite, being that Murray lives in the state of Texas.
'14 DL Anthony Moten holds over 20 offers from top schools across the nation, and plans on having a top five in the spring. Ohio State has already offered the 4-star defensive tackle, but Moten has said South Carolina is recruiting him the hardest, with Alabama & Ohio State close behind. During the spring, Moten plans on attending spring games at Florida, Miami and possibly, South Carolina. I think it might be a stretch to be able to land Moten, as he seems pretty happy with the SEC love.