McKee is not going to get an offer and Connor will only get one if the top tier recruits do not commit here. One of the writers here has been beating the drum for Connor and acting like a commitment was soon forthcoming and we can see in the article today that they are just slow playing and biding their time on the top lb's they are after.
You should have mentioned that while Ferris is moving back to the oline, that he is sitting out this spring anyways due to injury.
Agree with the above poster. This time last year Jalen Hurd was talking OSU was his fav school and Eddie George was his idol since Hurd is from Tenn and Eddie played there. Then before you knew he committed to Tenn in March. Garrett was supposedly a heavy lean and Autry from Georgia was saying we were his dream school, although we never did offer him. Let's see after Friday Night Lights and the summer camps where we stand.
Now he just needs to go back to Vandy, Brown, and Colorado so he can be a two-timer at those schools as well. He is a good guy, always made me laugh.
What a pathetic year. This team for whatever reason can't get their heads out of their a**.
Do you honestly even think we have any kind of remote chance? If so, I got some stuff I want to sell you.
Interesting how this year they are making a huge push in Florida, while the past two years they didn't put forth this kind of effort. Wonder why? This time last year they were making a big run into Georgia. You would have thought that this kind of effort would have been from day 1.
It will be interesting for sure. 6-7 will play, the ones that can still redshirt will, and a couple others will sit the bench or move on out.
Plus I'm sure he welcomed the opportunity to coach at a better program. Let's face it, State Penn is a good team, but always looking up at us.
Massillon is a program that keeps wanting to hang on to the 40's, 50's, and 60's. They are not a great program by any stretch. Not once have they ever won the state championship in the playoff format. All the state titles were by votes. All world Justin Zwick didn't do much at OSU. Hopefully he keeps progressing.
While Black isn't a school color sure didn't stop the band.
That is now two running backs that Bama has lost, Alvin Kamara and Dee Hart. They signed 4 last year-Henry, Kamara, Tenpenny, and Jones, so it was just a matter of time when they would start leaving. Absolutely stupid to take 4 in one year and have 8 on scholarship at one time.
The top players in Ohio for the most part are either drafted or go play in more traditional baseball conferences down south or go to Kent State which is the best program in OH for baseball. OSU gets a few, but is the exception rather than the proverbial rule.
No way they take 5 offensive lineman again unless we have underclassmen quitting or transferring. They are not going to have 18 olineman on scholarship. I think they will definitely take 2 running backs for sure after not taking one this year.
Mickey is halfway thru his junior year. His father's health either positively or negatively has a long time to play out before he needs to pull the trigger. He doesn't have to sign in the early signing period and can wait until April of 15 to eventually sign, so there is plenty of time for this to develop.
Still will be best if we have a good year that someone will want to hire Luke as a head coach going forward after this year.
If they make the NCAA, they will be out the first weekend and possibly lose the first game. This team has gone south in a hurry. Should be doing a lot better.
Well he did move inside. The starters the last few games were Bosa, Spence, Bennett, and Washington.
Is it even an official visit? Can we pay the expenses for someone who is walking on?
Urban talking them all up. Most will redshirt just like last year's class. Saying yesterday that McMillan, Hubbard, Booker, and Berger will all play is crazy. Grant, Perry, Mitchell, and Johnson have something to say about that and there is no way he is going to play 8 linebackers.
All the best players in Jersey will want to play in Columbus.
He was one of the best ever on kick block special teams.
Is it the same person? Remember like 20 years ago that guy with the multi-color wig had the John 3:16 sign at all the major events?
The only downside to getting all this top talent every year is going to be people who don't want to wait to play or people whose hype is bigger than their talent. I have a feeling that soon we are going to start losing some good players like Bama does. Let's take a 82 player roster. Let's assume 15 are redshirting, that takes us to 67. With many of the special teamers now being starters that eliminates playing time for some 2nd and 3rd stringers. Let's say tops that 50 guys play consistently every games, that leaves 17 or so people who have to decide if they want to wait or if they are leaving. I don't see a lot of career 5th year players with little time who are content with the degree, especially if we start pulling more and more people from outside Ohio.