- Andrew & David Dowell are planning on going to watch Ohio State's practice August 24th.
Scout $ - Gennesy Readies for Season Opener '14 JUCO OL Avery Gennesy
- By Robertson.....Hearing the most from Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Georgia and Tennessee. Doesn't have any officials scheduled, but wants to visit Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas A&M and Georgia.
Scout $ - Scott sets a decision date '14 NC RB Derrell Scott
- By Clark....October 25th. Florida State, North Carolina State, Ohio State, South Carolina or Tennessee.
Updated Visitor List (subject to change)
'15 RB Andrew Dowell (Lakewood, OH)
'15 WR David Dowell (Lakewood, OH)
September 28th (Wisconsin)
'14 QB Stephen Collier (Leesburg, GA) - unofficial
'14 WR Jalen Brown (Phoenix, AZ) - official
'14 WR Johnnie Dixon (West Palm Beach, FL) - official
'14 TE Tyler Luatua (La Mirada, CA) - official
'14 JuCo OT Avery Gennesy (Southaven, MS) - official/tentative
'14 DE Jalyn Holmes (Norfolk, VA) - official/tentative
'14 ATH John "JuJu" Smith (Long Beach, CA) - official
'15 DE CeCe Jefferson (Glen St. Mary, FL)
October 19th (Iowa) [Homecoming Game]
'15 ATH George Brown Jr. (Cincinnati, OH)
October 26th (Penn State)
'14 OL Demetrius Knox (Fort Worth, TX) - official
'14 LB Raekwon McMillan (Hinesville, GA) - official
'14 DB Jamal Adams (Lewisville, TX) - official
'15 ATH Jacques Patrick (Orlando, FL)
November 23rd (Indiana)
'14 JuCo OL Chad Mavety (East Garden City, NY) - official
A bike sits outside Benedictine's locker room on most days the Bengals conduct football-related activities.
It belongs to a modest, active 16-year-old who has quickly become one of the nation's top college football prospects.
Jerome Baker, a junior linebacker/running back, doesn't enjoy sedentary moments.
Perhaps that explains why he already holds scholarship offers from more than a dozen major colleges, including Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State.
Instead of finding a car ride to practice, Baker bikes from his home at East 85th Street and Euclid Avenue to Benedictine High School.
Curtis Samuel, a five-star two-way athlete from Erasmus Hall (Brooklyn, N.Y.), is down to two – Rutgers and Ohio State – after sifting through upwards of 20 offers from around the country. The 6-0, 180-pound skill athlete/defensive back recently took visits to both schools, fully examining what each had to offer. The Buckeyes are perceived to have a commanding lead going down the stretch. However, Erasmus Hall assistant and Samuel's position coach, Ray Lizzi, tells NJ.com the Scarlet Knights still have a chance, however small.
Find out where all the class of 2014 Buckeye basketball commits and targets sit in the brand new 247 Sports Composite Rankings plus which east coast running back will make his college decision today and more.
Yesterday our friends over at 247Sports released their updated class of 2014 basketball Composite Rankings. All four of Thad Matta's current Ohio State verbal commits find themselves listed among the top talent in the nation. D'Angelo Russell moved up three spots and is now listed as the 25th player in the country. The 6-4 left handed Russell can handle either guard position on the court and has showed all summer long on the AAU circuit and at camps he has no problem finding buckets or his teammates for open looks.
Coming in at 27 on the list is Keita Bates-Diop. Slim but long the 6-8ish Bates-Diop, a Illinois native, was the first commitment of the 2014 OSU class and moved down 4 spots from the 23rd player in the country ranking he previously held. Pickerington Central Mr.Do it all Jae'Sean Tate also fell four spots from 52 to 56. Tate has been battling a nagging shoulder injury most of the summer but still played through it, having many impressive outings over the summer. Garfield Heights big man Dave Bell jumped up from 145 to 138 after a good summer AAU run with Ohio Basketball Club.