It also, oddly, takes into consideration your overall correctness. So if you and I both put in a prediction on the same time, but I have a history of 90 percent correct and you have a history of being right only 10 percent, I'm going to get more points.
Honestly, if I was an elite defensive lineman (elite being the key word as I was just an average end in high school lol) and Johnson wanted me to play for him, I’d say yes immediately. I don’t know how you turn him down, whether or not you grew up an Ohio State fan.
I’m still sticking with Harrison, Potter and Ani.
Burrow was made available after pro day and I've updated the videos above. He had a class that conflicted with the availability.
Right. We talk about him every time he visits. He’s just not a kid who is flashy and all over social media naming top schools, etc.
Nope. They can’t just take a total of five official visits and only one per school. If I was in charge, though, I’d consider expanding the number of visits for each school to more than 56 (even if it’s a only certain amount allowed in the spring). And extra three months on the calendar will make it more difficult to stay under that number.
No, they're not open to the public like Friday Night Lights. If you have a son or family member who wants to participate, though, you can pay for them to attend. The information regarding those costs is in the link at the bottom of the page.
These are the on-campus camps. Satellite camps haven’t been announced yet, though I’ll have info on one in tomorrow night’s Hurry Up.
Will be on Saturday. He was wrapping up his basketball season, so he didn't have much time to answer them before.
It shouldn't be all that new. It's the same school where Nebraska defensive end signee Casey Rogers went for his post-graduate year. He had a ton of interest in the Buckeyes, but he was never going to have a spot in Columbus unless Tyreke Smith, Javontae Jean-Baptiste and Tyler Friday went elsewhere.
They're about to get a five-star athlete in Isaiah Williams on Friday, too.
Yes and no. There’s a lot of talent in Georgia, absolutely, but it’s also notoriously one of first states to be evaluated thoroughly. That’s a big reason why they’re ranked higher from the jump. 247 finally just expanded Ohio to the Top 100 in-state prospects, too, while Georgia has been evaluated to the Top 150 in-state prospects for quite some time. Now I’m not saying Ohio is anywhere near as talented (because it’s not even close), but just giving some background behind why only a few states dominate the rankings until camp season is in full swing and into the summer.
That’s quite a catch (and correct). First time since 2001. Here’s a full list: https://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football-recruiting/2016/08/73461/pipelines-are-essential-to-ohio-states-national-recruiting-goals