Saying Ohio State has no chance at the playoff is almost as bad as saying they’d beat Bama right now.
I would agree there are some concerns right now. Recruiting is in a weird place and honestly I can't pinpoint exactly what the reason is. Harrison is just a different type of kid so maybe we can chalk that one up to him more so than OSU. Besides that I'm not sure what the deal is for the 2019 class.
Yeah, saw that. That's why I was hesitant to include him. Figured it was at least worth mentioning with the Battle connection and the early interest that was there for a bit.
I know he's thinking about committing soon and OSU won't take him right now (if ever) so I'm just trying to connect the dots here. To be honest I'm not sure if Penn State will take him either.
You and me both.
That may very well be the case. Feel like NW could keep it close or get completely blown out depending on who shows up.
Haven’t heard anything that would lead me to believe he’s still an option.
Interesting side story to all of this is how Ohio State had Devyn Ford in the bag until some folks kept telling him that they already had two backs in James and Chambers.
I honestly think he ends up playing LB in college.
James is good but there are better players out there at RB that they can get. I think if he flips to a school like Indiana then that probably tells us all we need to know about things. This isn't sour grapes or anything on my behalf. He's a good player and will do well wherever he ends up.
Also gotta consider how many good to great 2020 backs are firmly on the radar right now.
I'm sure they'll turn up the heat on Cain and McIntosh and maybe Deondrick Glass. I know they loved Glass early on but haven't heard much on that front lately.
We can agree to disagree then, friend. They'll be fine at RB and I imagine they can get one of Cain, Glass, McIntosh.
It is happening and OSU knows it. Not sure how anyone can think losing a kid to Indiana is a huge loss though.
Looking forward to Notre Dame @ Northwestern on Nov. 3.
New 2019 DT offer. Cavon Butler from Toledo Whitmer. He's a Kentucky commit.