Ohio State held one of its biggest football camps of the year on Saturday, and several prospects who participated in the camp left the Woody Hayes Athletic Center with scholarship offers.
Among the hundreds of high school football players who participated in Saturday's one-day position camp, at least six impressed Ohio State's coaches enough to leave the camp with a scholarship offer.
The new prospects with Ohio State offers include a quarterback for the class of 2022, Steve Angeli from Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, New Jersey, who announced Saturday that his scholarship offer from Ohio State was his first from any school.
After a great camp, Im very blessed and honored to have received my first offer from THE Ohio State University! #GoBuckeyes @ryandaytime @Coach_Yurcich @bccoachvito @EQBcoach pic.twitter.com/UBAxsQiXWO— Steve Angeli (@SteveAngeli_125) June 15, 2019
A pair of 2021 pass-catchers also received offers from Ohio State after impressing in Saturday's camp. Dekel Crowdus, a wide receiver from Frederick Douglass High School in Lexington, Kentucky, now has offers from a dozen schools, also including Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and home-state schools Kentucky and Louisville.
Bennett Pitcher, a tight end from Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, adds an Ohio State offer to a list that includes Michigan, Boston College, Georgia Tech and Virginia, among others.
On the defensive side of the ball, Ohio State handed out offers to a pair of safeties in the class of 2021. Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Virginia)'s Bryce Steele, who went through a workout with linebackers coach Al Washington and told Eleven Warriors that Ohio State is looking at him to play the bullet position, adds an offer from the Buckeyes to a list that already includes more than 15 schools, including Michigan, Notre Dame and Penn State.
Jaylen Johnson from Cincinnati's La Salle High School also added an Ohio State offer to a list that includes Akron, Iowa State, Liberty, Toledo and Western Michigan. He said in his Twitter announcement that Ohio State is his "dream school."
William Griffin, an offensive tackle from Pearl Cohn High School in Nashville, Tennessee, also picked up an offer from Ohio State on Saturday, according to 247Sports' Bill Kurelic. Griffin also has offers from Kentucky, Louisville, South Carolina, Tennessee and Tulane.