Ryan Smith just committed on Twitter. Is he a preferred walk-on? Tim May retweeted his commitment, but I don't see anyone else talking about it.
"Print is dead"
He’s not in 247’s database. I have to assume he’s a PWO.
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
Yessir. Smith is a PWO. We'll have more on him tonight.
Sawyer seems like a good kid. Can't wait to see how big he gets by the time he gets to college, hopefully at tOSU.
"We gotta go win this next game and make the State of Ohio proud!"-UFM
Personally I would like to see the NCAA step in and stop other than mail the recruiting of kids in their sophomore seasons. My reasons are simple let these kids have a partial high school life and let the coach's coach and have more time with their families. After all how much is there to really tell and show a recruit about a school and their football program. Not only that who knows who will be on any teams coaching staff in three years down the road. I feel it's just way to much wasted time and money for all parties and a headache in some cases for parents too. On the players side of things I think to many kids don't do any research and evaluate schools and do some eliminations on your own. I think I read there are 64 power 5 schools and with out any research 50 of them would be told when the time comes thanks but no thanks if I was in that situation.
Noah Spence, Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa, Chase Young, Zach Harrison, Bryan Bresee, Jack Sawyer... Do they ever stop coming?
It's a beautiful day in Columbus, Ohio... and TTUN still sucks.
Welp, three out of your seven aren't there...yet.
Ready for another boom..
Hope this isn't another Carman,Harrison fiasco?
Just because we lose a few doesn't change the fact that we're generally pretty dang successful.
You Got Barbecue Back There!?!?!?!
But, but I don't want to be pretty dang successful. I want "alldasuccessfuls".
Those who say they can and those who say they can't are both right. Which one are you?