BN $ - Visit Has Love Thinking Another '15 NC RB Bryce Love
- By BK...enjoyed his first visit to OSU and talked with Coach Drayton and Coach Withers after the game...hopes to get back up for a visit again soon.
Buckeyes check out the number one hoops player in the state of Ohio for 2015. Colin McNamara talks Ohio State visit and more.
The Buckeye Basketball staff brought us some recruiting news yesterday as assistant coach Dave Dickerson hit the road. Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School in Cleveland, Ohio was the destination for Dickerson as he checked in on '15 PF Carlton Bragg. The 5-star Bragg has 20 offers to his name and added one to his name yesterday from Rick Pitino and the defending national champion Louisville Cardinals.
Switching gears to pigskin recruiting. '15 QB Colin McNamara from Fairview High School (Cleveland, OH) was one of the many visitors who watched the Buckeyes dominate the Nittany Lions last Saturday. The 6'1", 180-pound signal-caller has an offer from Buffalo with interest from several others.. McNamara spoke with Land Grant Holy-Land to recap his visit to Columbus:
I have been through the normal recruiting business and showing up to Ohio State was all business. It felt like a business environment and I just loved the atmosphere that night. It was a serious tone that evening. We arrived a little late but I spoke quickly to Coach Drayton. They keep speaking about my athleticism and field awareness. I have a big off season of lifting and running and he said that should be my main focus. Every kid wants to be a Buckeye, so I'm listening carefully and feel I'm being given a chance. My first OSU game was when I was 10 at the Shoe. I can truly say I wanted that experience. To go to camp, speak to coaches and now be included as a possible player is a dream come true. 100,000+ fans and alumni becoming a part of that can only be special.
Predicting Where Top 2014 WR Recruits Will Land (bleacher report)
The 2014 recruiting class is particularly deep at wide receiver, a position highlighted by senior high school standouts throughout the nation. Many of these dynamic playmakers remain uncommitted, still considering a variety of offers.
These are the athletes we focus on here. Several top-tier receivers have visited campuses and identified favorites, giving us a sense of where they may be heading next year.
Here we predict the program of choice for the country's top pass targets.