Junior offensive lineman Quinn Oseland was one of a handful of prospects that took in Ohio State's spring practice on Saturday. Like the rest of the prospects, he came away impressed.
Oseland told 11W that his visit was "great." What stood out on his visit to Columbus? "The energy of the practice and just the way they handle it," the Illinois native said. "I got to talk to a bunch of coaches and saw all of practice."
The 6-foot-6, 310 pound lineman from Springfield, Illinois is rated as the 71st-best offensive tackle in the nation, according to 247Sports.
Oseland holds offers from Arizona State, California, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Northern Illinois, Oregon, Syracuse, Toledo, Utah, Washington State and Wyoming. Plenty of other schools are showing interest, but have yet to extend an offer.
The Buckeyes are one of the teams that have yet to extend an offer, but Oseland is a prospect that they will continue to monitor over the next few months. Ohio State is looking to take four to five offensive lineman in the upcoming class, but currently are waiting on some other prospects higher in the pecking order.
"They want me to come to camp," Oseland said about Ohio State's future plans for him. "Coach Warinner is coming this spring to see me workout and said we will see where we go from there."
His crystal ball has one prediction of Illinois, but the three-star prospect claims no favorites or a list of top schools.