According to the article, he was offered a medical hardship scholarship. That would indicate his football playing days are over in Ohio State's eyes.
I don't see how they would get around Title IX issues to add more male scholarships to keep the rosters the same size as they are now.
Kids write the funniest things.
Bowl season's a dead period, so there would be nothing lost in recruiting.
You know how we got Weber to sign his LOI? UofM signed another RB after they told him he would be the only one they take. Otherwise, he's a Wolverine. Damn shady of Meyer and Drayton to send Karan Higdon a UofM LOI.