They'll always take a player in this class they want over a player in the next they might.
He's still on his visit - flight was delayed on Saturday AM so he got in late (just before kickoff) - things have been going well, hanging out a lot with his buddy Demetrius Knox; Buckeyes are putting themselves in good shape, but I'm not convinced a decision is coming this quickly.
If you stack them up side-by-side, Berry compares favorably to Josh Sweat, at least from a pure physical standpoint. You don't find many guys 6-5, 245 that can run 4.4s.
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Unfortunately not quite as in focus as I would have liked - but the play happened pretty quick and just got what I could.
Gibson's original date for a commitment was October 20th, and while he's not officially announced a change I'd be surprised if made that choice before taking a few other official visits.
We'll have the gray box when the kid commits and Ohio State confirms it, like always. Definitely a rising talent that will be a difference maker.
Anything by CS Lewis, GK Chesterson, JRR Tolkien is worth reading and is always thought provoking.
Fiction stuff that I've read lately that I really liked was:
The Hunger Games trilogy (surprisingly good)
The Millenium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson was fantastic.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn is amazing; better than the movie by a long shot.
I also just read Dr. Sleep by Stephen King, the sequel to The Shining, and it was great.
It means there will be one less spot. Hawkins is not a tight end and the Buckeyes will continue to chase Hausmann/Farrell.
He is, yes. Sorry I inadvertently left him off the list.
Penn State flat out beat Ohio State for Wimbush.
Then lost him.
Head vs heart rarely turns out well for head, especially as a teenager.