- Virginia Tech offered Dominique Booth & Johnnie Dixon
- Ohio State offered Sam Hubbard & Drew Richmond
- Michigan State offered Sam Hubbard
- UCLA offered Kyle Berger
- Oregon State offered Dallis Todd
- Oregon offered Lorenzo Carter
- Texas Tech offered Lorenzo Carter
- Georgia offered Jordan Scarlett
- Purdue offered Alex Bars & Roderick Johnson
- North Carolina offered Jarrett LaRubbio & Demarre Kitt
- California offered Jacques Patrick
- Derrell Scott unofficially visits South Carolina
- Dontavius Blair & Elisha Shaw unofficially visits Mississippi State
- Joey Duckworth unofficially visits Indiana
Scout $ - Roberts talks suitors '14 IN WR Austin Roberts
- By Hickey....Says Miami, Ohio State, Alabama & Kentucky are recruiting him the hardest. Says Ohio State is recruiting him as a TE & plans on visiting for the Spring Game.
Newly Offered: '14 S/LB Sam Hubbard
Newly Offered: '15 OL Drew Richmond
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With the NCAA Tournament all the rage, highlight tapes set the tone from a football recruiting perspective.
Much of the focus on the 2014 recruiting class in Ohio State circles of late has been on and surrounding all-everything Michigan wide receiver Drake Harris. Harris officially decommitted from Michigan State – which to be fair, he'd been committed in name only for over a month – over a week ago. Ever since, multiple fan bases have claimed Harris as their own. Just about all Michigan Wolverine fans with Internet access seem convinced Harris is the next in the long, storied line of Michigan receivers.
CFB Recruiting : QB DeShaun Watson Key to Ohio State & Clemson (bleacher report)
Ohio State and Clemson aren't traditional rivals on the recruiting circuit, but they may be in for an intense duel in this upcoming cycle.
The state of Georgia hasn't exported a ton of elite quarterback prospects over the past few years, but North Georgia's Gainesville High School has been the exception to that rule.
Ohio State offered Moeller junior free safety Sam Hubbard this morning, according to Moeller coach John Rodenberg.
“He’s very, very pleased with the offer,” Rodenberg said.
Hubbard, who is 6 feet 5 and 220 pounds, also has offers from Stanford, Illinois, Louisville, Miami University, Ohio University and Boston College.
This week we move along in our preview of the 2013 recruiting class that Urban Meyer has assembled with a look at 247 composite 4-star safety Jayme Thompson, the 15th ranked overall player from the state of Ohio. Thompson will join an Ohio State secondary that is the most experienced group on the defensive side of the ball, but Meyer's hyper-competitive atmosphere combined with a lackluster effort from the defense in 2012 doesn't automatically disqualify Thompson from seeing the playing field. During Thompson's recruiting, OSU had to compete with multiple schools that offered Thompson, and he was originally committed to West Virginia before he concluded that OSU was the best fit.