An Ohio State 2024 offensive line target will be making his second trip to Columbus this month.
Four-star Wisconsin offensive lineman Donovan Harbour confirmed to Eleven Warriors he’ll be in attendance on Saturday for the Buckeyes’ matchup with Wisconsin. He previously attended the Notre Dame game on Sept. 3.
“The atmosphere was amazing, and the brotherhood was as well,” Harbour said after his Notre Dame visit. “(Coach Justin Frye) asked me how I liked the game, and I told him it was amazing.”
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound lineman is considered the 54th-best prospect in 2024 according to 247Sports’ composite rankings. While the recruiting network has him ranked as the second-best interior offensive lineman, his size could give him a chance to play tackle at the collegiate level.
If Ohio State eventually landed the commitment of Harbour, he would only be the fourth player ever from Wisconsin to play for the Buckeyes. But he would have a chance to be teammates with the third OSU player from The Badger State, freshman offensive lineman Carson Hinzman.
Vaughan enjoys visit to Columbus
Ohio State is making an impression on an offensive lineman in the 2025 class. Michigan 2025 offensive lineman Liam Vaughan was among OSU’s visitors for the Toledo game last weekend and told Eleven Warriors he enjoyed his experience at Ohio Stadium.
“It was great. The environment was unbelievable,” Vaughan said. “Everyone was super nice, and I got to meet a lot of people. I spoke with coach Frye and coach (Brent) Zdebski. We talked about how my season is going and how they see me as more of an interior guy, so I need to continue to work at all five positions.”
Ohio State is very early in the process of feeling out Vaughan and would like to evaluate him further this summer. While he has yet to pick up a Division I offer, he’s receiving interest from multiple Power Five schools, notably Wisconsin, Michigan State and Iowa. He also has good size for a sophomore at 6-foot-2, 280 pounds.
“They said they want to get me down to a camp this offseason,” Vaughan said. “Ohio State is an amazing school with great traditions, the football team is always good, and they have a lot of offensive linemen in the NFL. I hope to continue to build a relationship with the staff, and I’d love to visit again soon.”
Glenn puts defenders on skates
Ohio State fans seem to get excited when they hear about the potential of a quarterback to pick up yards with his legs in addition to his arm. Well, Ohio State 2023 quarterback commit Brock Glenn isn’t usually going to be mistaken for a true dual-threat signal caller. But after the run he turned in last week, maybe he should be.
In the latest example of a “how in the heck did this ever turn into a touchdown” clip, Glenn made five defenders miss and weaved his way into the end zone during the first half of Lausanne Collegiate School’s (Memphis, Tennessee) 40-0 victory over Greenville Christian. Glenn finished with six carries on the day for 107 rushing yards with two touchdowns while completing 5 of 13 passes for 87 yards and a touchdown.