Is that a definite?
So basically if your name is Jake and you happen to play the tight end position, Ohio State is the place for you!
In all seriousness though, I love that the addition of Hausmann speaks to two narratives: Ohio State can't recruit Cincinnati (especially the Catholic schools) and Urban can't get any of his highly rated tight ends to commit to Ohio State.
IMO there isn't a chance in hell that OSU only ends up with 15 recruits in their 2016 class. Just won't happen.
But I get what you're saying. Unless you're including Demario McCall with Sinserious's three listed.
Dontre was in the same class as Zeke, and I believe Missouri tried to use that against us in their recruitment of him. Pretty sure coaches made it well known that despite both being running backs in high school, they would not play the same role in this offense.
Edit: Nicely done, Poison Nuts. I clearly should read on before adding my two cents when a thread has been active this long.
Keyshawn Johnson was there. And he was repping the Buckeyes big time.
I'd be surprised if his son doesn't end up at Ohio State at this point.
It's so true. And to be honest football season never really begins if you're a KU fan.
I've been looking for Doobie and his taxiola since I got here nine years ago.. Unfortunately neither he or the Braidwood Inn seem to be in business anymore. Or something like that.
Which wide receiver, college or pro, past or present, do you feel your game is most closely modeled after?
With the tremendous success of each quarterback and the different styles they bring to the table, who of Braxton Miller, JT Barrett, and Cardale Jones do you most look forward to playing with?
Good Lord, no kidding. I considered buying two tickets, being only a seven hour drive from Wichita, but decided the same thing. My wife would undoubtedly either kill me or divorce me. Plus my kids need to eat this month.
Admit it, you only included Nigel Warrior because you're really hoping you can someday root for a guy with that name.
In fact, I don't think — other than Weber — that there's any concern about Buckeye commitments ending up elsewhere at this time.
Amazing that the commitment of Carlton Davis has stuck so soundly. After what appeared to be a spot saving commitment a few months back, he's now looking more and more like a solid signing day fax to the Buckeyes.
Birm, I love your work and respect the hell out of what you do, but to call Evan Paputa an up-and-coming writer after this trash article he wrote last summer (http://www.thedzone.net/2014/07/top-recruit-ohio-state-trashes-michigan.html#.VJqLcdUBM) just seems wrong.
Isaiah Prince is a 2015 prospect at OL from Maryland.
I'm surprised Ohio State doesn't recruit Kettering Alter more aggressively. Nick Mangold and Chris Borland are a couple examples of undervalued guys coming out of there. Ever since they first beat my alma mater (Kettering Fairmont) they seem to have had a highly successful program with very well coached players.