Andddd Michigan has already moved on. That didn't take long.
Yep. I misread this situation and my previous stance was wrong.
I don’t care at all. There are a lot of good and knowledgeable people out there covering Ohio State recruiting.
A few would be worth watching but there's no sense of panic at all right now.
I'm sure his name would be tossed around if it came down to it. Same with Texas.
I have no issue with the timing of the Hafley interview. Coaches get interviewed all the time in the midst of these kinds of weeks (and even leading up to national title games), we just don't always hear about it. I don't think taking half a day to meet with another school's administration is going to throw the team off their focus or anything like that. Good for him if he takes it even though it'd be unfortunate for Ohio State. Hopefully they can give him a salary bump and retain him for another year.
Then he’s absolutely clueless on Ohio State’s pursuit of Steele.
Probably have him mixed up with Martinez or Fleming or someone else lol. I didn’t put one in for him until I found out he definitely was on the visitor list for PSU.
I'm not sure what the Miyan Williams part means, but everything I've heard on Steele has been Ohio State. That being said, the kid is from Raleigh and did just visit UNC so I'd say it's certainly worth watching.
Smith-Njigba now a five-star on Rivals.
Can see them reaching out to Hatchett. Not sure about Adams.
Says he's not planning other visits and nothing has changed in his recruitment.
Ohio State was right up there with Miami during his recruitment and Alford was of course heavily involved. If Alford leaves (which is definitely possible) then I imagine it’d be very unlikely. We’ll see if the kid even enters the portal though.
I’ve heard rumblings about him possibly leaving. Haven’t heard anything about Ohio State being involved (which would technically be tampering at the moment). Just something to at least watch IMO.
No. He played a few snaps against Duke.
Not necessarily Class of 2020 related, but I think Lorenzo Lingard is a name worth keeping an eye on.
Yeah, if they keep him I'd imagine he'll be in whatever role requires the least amount of actual football coaching.