I think Alabama and Penn State are his other two. He hasn't narrowed the list to three that I've seen.
I want 'em all.
Being from Dayton, I always wished Javon Ringer had gotten an offer to play at Ohio State. I loved watching him play for Chaminade-Julienne.
I agree. But there have been a couple guys in the past two classes that I would've liked to see in Columbus. Including Trubisky and Zaire.
Also, Nate Davis would've been fun to watch. I always thought we sort of missed on him.
I assume playing big-time football has always been a dream of yours. What was your feeling and reaction when you got that first major college offer? How did you celebrate?
What helps you stay grounded as a high school student athlete when you receive the kind of attention and accolades that a top prospect such as yourself receives?
Thank you. I literally laughed at my desk for five minutes after reading this.
There are only eleven games scheduled in each of those two years. We know they play twelve games. Thus, not set.
Not sure, but I think 305Buck knows the UNC games have been replaced. I believe there is still an open slot for both years, despite the UNLV and Oregon State scheduling..
Edit: I just double checked and confirmed, as of now there is still a slot open in both 2017 and 2018.
Oklahoma/UNLV in 2017 and TCU/Oregon State in 2018 are the only non-conference teams scheduled for those respective years.
Well, I'm in the Army and a life long Buckeye fan! I have dual motivators for rooting extremely hard for The Ohio State University in this game. Plus it'd be awesome to take either my wife or my son to their first ever Ohio State football game!
Note: My wife and son have lived their entire lives in Kansas. We plan on going to the 2016 game at Oklahoma and/or the 2017 Nebraska game in Lincoln. It should be noted that despite a large family with ties to other schools, my son and wife are now die-hard Buckeye fans. My wife even excitedly watched Justin Hilliard and Jashon Cornell commit to the good guys with me!
Where does Pass fall on that list of 2016 QBs, Birm?
These games are important for our brand. This definitely sucks. At least it's not the Oklahoma series..
Glad to have you on board, Tim!
Doesn't this corey brown character know you can't tweet at recruits??
Interestingly the CBs from Tennessee writers are mostly trending toward OSU while the Buckeye writers have Tennessee as his landing point. Seems like nobody is really sure how to gauge his final two list. Clemson, of course, still has 33% CBs.
No he's not. He's a class of 2015. He said he's looking forward to Thanksgiving breaks in college. That won't be until next year.
I completely understand. I was away for Basic Training and AIT during the disastrous 2011 season. Missed every game after the Nebraska debacle. One of those things they leave out when you raise your right hand..
My big hope is that one of these guys commit to the Buckeyes early to provide a clear class leader. After watching the way these five star quarterbacks made an impact on other big time recruits at the Opening (see Christian Kirk), I would love for us to be in a similar situation next year during the camp circuit.
Thanks for the info, 305Buck. That would be an impressive get. I've felt for a long time that Ohio State needs to put a top flight QB into the NFL to truly help our quarterback recruiting cause. Obviously there's no telling how a 2016 recruit will do at the next level yet, but I'd love to see this type of quarterback in Scarlet & Grey. And it would certainly boost our receiver recruiting as well (although I'm very excited about Johnnie Dixon)!
Then again, we did land Justin Zwick once upon a time..
Ohp. So he did. I appreciate the gently pointing out of my error, GeorgiaBuckeye. Evidently I read real good.
Birm, any news on Jordan Whitehead? I feel like he could be added to this list as a bit more of an under-the-radar sort of recruit. I know there was some talk about his time at FNL where he and Urban Meyer were engaged in some serious conversation that ended with a UFM fist pump (or something of the sort), but I never heard anything additional about him. He seems like a real candidate to be one of the next commits. Any insight you could lend to his recruitment?
Also interested in Neville Gallimore and Christian Wilkins if you have time.
I've never been a big fan of modern art.
Ol' Bert must be beside himself that he appeared that high on the poll.
Birm, I can't help but take note that you've been a bit of a Negative Nancy this week. I was looking at the thread on Chambers commitment coming tomorrow and you were being quite pessimistic. Not to mention your feelings on Kirk the other day. This is totally unlike you, usually you're the one talking us off the edge. I think you need to eat a Snickers or something.