Newly Offered: '14 GA DB Wesley Green
Andrew Brown Interview
Updated Visitor List (subject to change)
'14 DB DaeJuan Funderburk (Washington, DC)
'14 DB Jalen Tabor (Washington, DC)
'14 ATH Curtis Samuel (Brooklyn, NY)
'14 OL Jermaine Eluemunor (Scranton, PA)
'14 WR Austin Roberts (Carmel, IN) tentative
'14 OL Chad Mavety (Garden City, NY)
'14 DL David Beedle (Clarkston, MI)
'14 K Shane Hynes (Clarkston, MI)
'14 DL/OL Nick Matich (Clarkston, MI) tentative
'14 DB Timothy Cason (Clarkston, MI) tentative
'14 DT Poona Ford (Hilton Head Island, SC)
'15 ATH George Brown Jr. (Cincinnati, OH)
'15 ATH Jacques Patrick (Orlando, FL)
'14 DE Jalyn Holmes (Norfolk, VA)
'14 RB Derrell Scott (Havelock, NC)
'14 TE Mike Gesicki (Manahawkin, NJ)
'14 RB Qadree Ollison (Buffalo, NY)
'14 OL Donell Stanley (Latta, SC)
'14 DE Thomas Holley (Brooklyn, NY)
'14 LB Kevin Mouhon (Norcross, GA)
'14 LB Jimmie Swain (Lee's Summit, MO)
'14 DB Mattrell McGraw (River Ridge, LA)
'14 DB Quincy Wilson (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
'14 DB Nicholas Ruffin (Atlanta, GA) tentative
'14 ATH Myles Autry (Norcross, GA)
November 23rd (Indiana)
'14 JUCO OL Chad Mavety (East Garden City, NY) - official
'14 JUCO OL Jermaine Eluemunor (Scranton, PA) - official/tentative
Ohio State recruiting: State Secrets, 4/26 - Demarre Kitt sets date, Deshaun Watson ends recruitment (lghl)
Elite Georgia wide receiver Demarre Kitt nails down a decision date, Kerry Coombs invades The Hoosier State, and Deshaun Watson cancels all non-Clemson visit plans. Get caught up with all Buckeye football and basketball recruiting news.
The number one wide receiver on Ohio State's board, Demarre Kitt, has finally set a decision date. The Peach State product has set his long-awaited announcement date for Monday, June 10th. However, despite the immediate gushing optimism that most Buckeye fans may experience, they may want to temper their expectations. 247Sports' Keith Niebuhr, after listing Ohio State as Kitt's favorite in the past weeks, changed his Crystal Ball prediction to Clemson yesterday.
For Buckeye fans, this is not a good sign, as Niebuhr has been the go-to man when looking into Kitt's recruitment. On the bright side, there are two positives to look at in regards to Kitt's recruitment. The first being the fact that he is "deciding" where is he attending college so early. With Urban Meyer's recent success in flipping commitments who had previously verbaled to other schools, he may be able to do the same with Kitt, especially if Ohio State fulfills their lofty expectations set for the 2013 season. Furthermore, the 2014 class' website and recruitment push is solely responsible for the second positive to examine in Kitt's recruitment. 2014bucks.com has now created a profile page solely for Demarre Kitt. The page includes details on his announcement date, his most recent statements on Ohio State, and details on what he would bring to the table in the 2014 Ohio State recruiting class. Impressive, to say the least. Let's hope the 2014 class' savvy recruiting tactics make an impact on Kitt.
Andrews talks Midwest Swing (rivals)
Mark Andrews' three-stop tour through the upper Midwest was exactly what you think. He saw the campuses of Michigan, Notre Dame and Ohio State. He met head coaches and talked football. There was some academic exploration mixed in there, too.
The aftermath is also by the book. Andrews, a four-star prospect, says only positive things about the three programs and offers no hint as to which school impressed him most. There is no indication of a list-trimming to come and nothing has been sensationalized. In essence, the ordeal is boring.
|Mark Andrews visited Michigan, Notre Dame and Ohio State last week.|
"It's hard to say which was best," Andrews said on Wednesday. "All schools have pluses and minuses, but they all treated me very well. Overall, I had an amazing time."
Demarre Kitt, who is the state’s top-ranked prospect at wide receiver, has set a decision date.
Kitt will announce between his finalists of Clemson, Tennessee and Ohio State on June 9.
“I’m ready to do it,” Kitt told the AJC. “There’s nothing significant about that date. I’m just ready to go, and that seemed like a good time.”
The 6-foot, 190-pounder from Sandy Creek High School said he may visit Clemson and Tennessee at least one more time, but he won’t be making a return trip to Ohio State. “That’s too far to go in a short amount of time.”
Coach Withers stopped by during my workout class and talked to my uncle first then he came over and talked to me. He was basically checking in on me, looking at my grades and letting me know they were interested. He also wanted to know when me, my uncle and my best friend, who is our running back, were heading up there. The visit went well and we are trying to get up there July 25 and 26.— 2014 4-star OL Donell Stanley to Land-Grant Holy Land