We at Eleven Warriors try to avoid hyperbole as much as possible in the realm of recruiting, but it's possible that the biggest remaining 2017 prospect on the board was in Ohio Stadium this past Saturday.
Miamisburg, Ohio's Josh Myers, the number one-ranked tackle prospect for 2017, visited the Buckeyes and watched an impressive offensive showing.
"The visit (to Ohio State) went really well, everything definitely lived up to the expectations," Myers shared with Eleven Warriors. "The Buckeyes always treat me really well, and we've got great relationships with the coaching staff there."
Ohio State has made Myers a priority, and he's aware of it.
"I would say there's a different comfort level (right now) with Ohio State," he added. "I enjoyed getting the chance to watch them coach up close."
Although Myers indicates he has no leaders right now, he does have a few more visits planned for the fall, including a return to Columbus.
"I will be back at Ohio State for the Michigan game," Myers said of his upcoming plans. "I also plan on going to Michigan State sometime soon."