The Hurry-Up: Ohio State Expected to Host More Than 65 Recruiting Visitors over the Spring, Four-star OL Jordan Seaton Puts Buckeyes in Top 14

By Garrick Hodge on March 6, 2023 at 5:30 pm
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Starting Tuesday, not only will Ohio State begin spring football, but the Buckeyes will start hosting recruits on campus for spring visits.

There’s no shortage of visitors headed to campus over the next few weeks or so, as more than 65 recruits have expected visit dates set. Of course, those could change in the always fluid recruiting world. Nearly two dozen other prospects have expressed interest in setting up a spring visit but don’t have a set date as of yet, so that list could grow exponentially. 

But one day before spring football is underway, we’ve compiled a list of expected recruiting visitors to campus for OSU spring practices. As new visitors get announced, we’ll add them here to our running spring visitor list

As evident by the visitor list at the bottom of this section, there's no shortage of high-profile visitors making the trek to Columbus. More than a dozen recruits are expected at OSU in the first week of spring football, and perhaps March 23-25 is one of the most important stretches of the spring, as nearly 30 recruits will be on campus at that point, including multiple five-star prospects in Dylan Stewart and Bryce Underwood. Later in the spring, four-star quarterback Air Noland, four-star running back James Peoples, four-star cornerback Marcelles Williams, five-star cornerback Charles Lester and five-star defensive end Kamarion Franklin are expected to be at OSU.

A complete list of recruits expected to be on campus this spring is below.
















4/15 (Spring Game)

Unconfirmed potential spring visitors

Jordan Seaton puts Ohio State on top 14

Ohio State’s top interior offensive lineman target for the 2024 class has trimmed down his recruiting. Four-star Washington, D.C. product Jordan Seaton released a top 14 schools list over the weekend which included Ohio State, Alabama, Oregon, Michigan, Tennessee, Miami, Oklahoma, LSU, Colorado, Florida, Texas A&M, Georgia, USC, Maryland. 

Seaton visited OSU last fall for the Michigan game and called the trip a “very eventful” visit. OSU is among the top contenders for the highly-touted prospect and offensive line coach Justin Frye would love to pair him with four-star offensive tackle commit Ian Moore in the 2024 class.

Davion Gause commits to North Carolina

A 2024 running back with an Ohio State offer has made his college decision. 

After not being linked to Ohio State much for several months, Florida four-star running back Davion Gause committed to North Carolina on Monday. 

Gause was offered by OSU on June 13, but the Buckeyes have since prioritized other targets at running back, with James Peoples, Jordan Marshall, Sam Williams-Dixon, Stacy Gage, Chauncey Bowens and Jordan Lyle among them. 

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