Nothing makes recruiting go better than winning on the field. Gotta love it!
Will be interesting to see where young Mr. Stellato is on the "star chart" by season's end. Sure do hope to see him in Scarlet and Gray!
I hope Hafley is here in 22 but Jordon must be good too for such a early offer.
Once again, Zack, you knocked it out of park; however, at the risk of being nit-picky but opting for clarity:
Jordan does not yet have a 247 Sports Composite rating. He is the sixth Texan and 17th overall player the Buckeyes have offered in the 2021 2022 class.
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
Just messin’ with Texas.
It’s pronounced “Thee”.
"Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity..." -John Muir
In regards to Stellato, it's not just Ohio St that makes other schools raise eyebrows when it comes to an under the radar player.
Alabama also has the same effect, if they offer a kid, everyone else is going to offer.
Clemson is also becoming that as well.
Successful people do what they have to, whether they feel like it or not
True but in Stellato’s case, OSU was the first one out of the gate.
the trick to getting offers is to post on the twitters that you are blessed to receive an offer from The Ohio State University...right?
Or The University of Ohio State or The State University of Ohio or some such combination. Oh, and for the next 3-4 years.
Speaking of getting offers I heard some one some place talk about the talent pool at ttun when they were watching their game Saturday night. Two things they mentioned one was the players on ttun are not house hold recruiting names that we here about on our sites or recruiting circles and other than a player or two we want up north we rarely here about being in the mix for a players services with ttun. Other than PSU we battle like no one for talent around here. I remember for many years both schools offer sheet being nearly the same list other than they liked a player or two in their state or the other way around.
Comma's are your friend!
AND..."commas" don't need no stinking apostrophe!!
For the record, I'm typically not one to mention grammar, especially in a nitpicky way. But this was a bit over-the-top, as it made reading his comment pretty painful. That's really all I was saying, I couldn't care less if someone has a grammar mistake.