Ohio State's 2019 Freshman Class Arrives on Campus

By Kevin Harrish on June 2, 2019 at 1:24 pm
Craig Young arrives on campus.
Ohio State Football

The next generation is here.

Ohio State's incoming freshmen have begun to arrive on campus this weekend, officially beginning their Buckeye football careers.

Five-star center Harry Miller and three-star defensive tackle Jaden McKenzie were the first to arrive on Saturday.

Later Saturday afternoon, four-star running back Steele Chambers and four-star guard Enokk Vimahi were the next to arrive.

Four-star linebacker Cade Stover, three-star athlete Craig Young and three-star CorMontae Hamilton were on campus by Sunday morning.

By Sunday afternoon, four-star wide receiver Jameson Williams and three-star offensive tackle Dawand Jones arrived.

Four-star linebacker Tommy Eichenberg didn't make it in during the weekend, but arrived to his new school on Monday.

The incoming freshman join the six early enrollees already on campus: five-star defensive end Zach Harrison, five-star wide receiver Garrett Wilson, four-star safety Ronnie Hickman, four-star offensive tackle Ryan Jacoby, four-star defensive end Noah Potter and four-star running back Marcus Crowley.

The only freshman not yet on campus is three-star safety Bryson Shaw. Graduate transfers Gunnar Hoak and Jonah Jackson's arrivals have also not been announced.

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