Ohio State's high school team camp got underway Thursday, and several of its top targets in the 2023 recruiting class performed in front of Buckeye coaches.
Columbus Africentric forward Dailyn Swain, the No. 67 player in the country and the No. 2 player in Ohio, picked up a win over Reynoldsburg in his team's first of three games and put forth a showcase performance in the process.
Dailyn Swain drains a pull-up 3 at the buzzer: pic.twitter.com/ZcIcRIQuKv— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) June 9, 2022
Afterward, the 14th-ranked small forward in his class said “I wouldn’t say (Ohio State) is just another school, but I wouldn’t say it’s a leader (in my recruitment), either.”
Dailyn Swain on where he stands with OSU: I wouldnt say its just another school but I wouldnt say its a leader, either.— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) June 9, 2022
Swain has interest in a couple programs that have yet to offer him. pic.twitter.com/rl5FmCVKlb
But Ohio State still seems to be in good standing with Swain, four-star Pickerington Central forward Devin Royal and top-100 Indianapolis power forward Devin Booker, and we caught up with all three on Tuesday.
You can check out what each prospect said about the Buckeyes, their camp experience and recruitment in general in the videos above and below.