- Michigan State offered Montae Nicholson & Ethan Wolf
- Ole Miss offered Chad Mavety & Jermaine Eluemunor
- Darius West visits Michigan
- Ethan Wolf visits Michigan State
- Drew Barker visits South Carolina
- Braden Smith visits Notre Dame
- Dylan Thompson visits Ohio State
Jabrill Peppers Interview
Urban Meyer dished out a couple of new offers Thursday and 2014 linebacker Kyle Berger breaks down what he is looking forward to seeing during his forthcoming weekend visit to Columbus.
One of the visitors the Buckeyes will have on campus this weekend is All-Ohio linebacker Kyle Berger of Cleveland St. Ignatius. The 6-3 205 pound Berger is no stranger to Columbus; he has already been on numerous trips to Ohio State which led to him getting acquainted with a few names you might have heard of. "I have a great relationship with Coach Fickell, as well as being good friends with [ex-teammate] Blake Thomas and Tommy Schutt," Berger told Land-Grant Holy Land. Even though Kyle loves the winning mentality Coach Meyer brings to the table, he can't wait to see the staff up close and personal during practice. "I'm really excited to see the coaches in action".
Racking up an impressive 10 sacks last season, Berger's play was a key reason why St. Ignatius made it all the way to the state title game. The Buckeyes might have been one of the first to offer Kyle but many soon followed: Arkansas, Michigan, Michigan State and Tennessee are just some of the teams to offer Berger a full ride. With tons of coaches trying to land the services of Berger, this weekend, he wants to try to get a better feel for Ohio State. "Seeing spring practices and watching the coaches will be a big part of my decision making," Kyle said. "I'm looking to see if I am able to picture myself at these practices in a few years and if I can see myself being coached by these coaches, so I'm really excited for this visit".