Gary pledging to Auburn wouldn't affect Jackson. Gary is a one tech and Jackson would be a three tech.
Kid has visited Auburn a dozen times or so, but one visit to Ohio State tied them at the top with Auburn. Love our chances at landing this kid. If he makes it up for FNL, we may end up taking the lead. It's also a plus that his team at The Opening this upcoming week is filled with Buckeye commits.
Walker has mentioned before that he will try to make it, I also think most of the commits, if not all from Ohio will be out there. Definitely need George Hill back on campus. Wouldn't be surprised to see Austin Mack there as well.
No worries at all, think Ohio State is done with 2016 offensive line recruiting unless a big name wants to come on board later in the recruiting year.
Expecting more 2017 slobs to be added over these next few weeks leading up to FNL.
247sports, landgrantholyland, twitter and Rivals.
If you are going by the coaches board, then Pryts, Farrell and Hansford are definitely tier 1.
Agree about Williams, although i dont think the staff is recruiting many offensive linemen to this point.
Luke Farrell should be tier 1 TE.
Jauan Williams added for tier 1 OL.
Aaron Hansford is a tier 1 LB.
Pryts would be tier 1 safety.
Justin Layne should be tier 2 WR.
According to ESPN, the visit didn't go as expected due to unfortunate weather. Gary and his mom didn't get to see everything they would have liked to see, and they may possibly make it back out to Columbus later this Summer.
This. If OKC was healthy, they would have beat the Warriors and Cavs easily in the playoffs this past season.
Roster was stacked with talent, with little to no weaknesses at all.
Heard the same, just thought his ranking should have gone back up after he showed that he was back to his old form.
If i recall correctly, kid was a 5 star when he committed to Ohio State.
Happy to be back, even though I will only be on from time to time and not as much as I used to be.
Dont know but his athleticism, his ability to finish at the rim, in traffic, as well as his ability to create for others/passing, are all elite.
Kid will be a very good player, imo, whether he can shoot or not.
2017 class should be pretty amazing before the end of the summer.
Greene and Grimes slated to commit, with Birm also mentioning that it's a possibility Pryor could make a summer decision.
This will definitely be the best recruiting class in Ohio State's history, at least on paper.
For anyone who doesnt think this is a satellite camp, it is.
Ohio State is doing the same thing both Penn State and Michigan are doing, attending other schools camps as guests.
If anyone thinks Penn State or Michigan are hosting their own camps in other states across the country, the NCAA prohibits teams from hosting a camp anywhere outside of 50 miles from their campus.
Satellite camps are the loophole that allows these coaches to attend camps as guests, but cant host it.
The SEC has their own rule in place, which prohibits coaches from even being guests at other schools camps outside of 50 miles from their campus.
The 2017 class will have a monster WR haul, think that has a little to do with why we passed on Layne.
Also, Mack and Corley are still on the board along with Ahmir Mitchell if we miss out on either one. We are in a good position for all 3.
There's also Hawkins, Hill and McCall who all have the ability to play WR if need be.
Lets not forget that Urban is our head coach, nobody predicted Hill or Stump would have been in our 2015 class at this time last year.
This is his Senior year, he's gone after this upcoming season.