Spring practice is done, basketball is done. But fear not: Recruiting never ends for the Buckeyes. This is Across The Field, a regular feature on BuckeyeNation where we point you to noteworthy Buckeyes coverage here and elsewhere. Think something should be included? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BuckeyeNation Week in Review
Braxton Miller showed off his passing skills in the spring game in Cincinnati, writes Austin Ward.
And the defensive line should be just fine as long as Noah Spence and Adolphus Washington are around.
The Buckeyes added to their 2014 recruiting class last week, as Cleveland St. Ignatius linebacker Kyle Berger made the call, giving the Buckeyes linebacker No. 2 in three days, and a championship attitude.
Wide receiver Michael Thomas was the star of the 2012 spring game -- and put up some numbers again on Saturday -- but fall didn't go quite as well as hoped.
Ohio State's offense looks to dominate in 2013, writes Brian Bennett.
Brad Bournival wonders if the Buckeyes missed a recruiting opportunity by moving the spring game to Cincinnati.
Tight end Jeff Heuerman has an NFL-ready physique and a playful side, Ward writes.
Spence looks ready to make a big leap in his first offseason at Ohio State.
Washington will also try to fill a big void on the defensive line, writes Adam Rittenberg.
Wide receivers flocked to visit for the spring game.
WR Chris Godwin of Middletown, Del., loved his visit a few weeks ago.
Cleveland Glenville athlete Marshon Lattimore seems to have the Buckeyes as a favorite, but he'll make some other visits.
Jabrill Peppers of New Jersey has the Buckeyes squarely in his top group after an impressive visit.
Deshaun Watson, still the only QB that Ohio State has offered, won the Atlanta Elite 11 qualifier and plans to make an official visit.
Kyler Murray of Allen, Texas, has an offer and could be Ohio State's top QB target in 2015.
And returning to 2014, perhaps a Louisiana dual-threat QB could get an offer down the line.
The LEO position is important in Ohio State's defense, and there are plenty of 2014 targets who could fit the bill.
A look at the top five defensive ends on Ohio State's 2014 wish list.
Clifton Garrett seemed to have Ohio State on top earlier, and they're still in the running, but Garrett noticed that OSU already has two linebackers in the 2014 class.
Linebacker Chase Wionvich got a "dream come true" with an Ohio State offer.
Yet another Georgia prospect received an offer.
A top New Jersey tight end has the Buckeyes in his final four.
Shaker Heights defensive end Joe Henderson is hoping for a big offer.
ESPN Watch List defensive end Solomon Thomas is still "wide open."
Bournival answered questions in this week's mailbag about how Ohio State's focus outside Ohio affects other schools, along with other recruiting topics.
The Buckeyes received rings for their 12-0 season. (Plain Dealer)
Cornerbacks coach Kerry Coombs lives by the mantra, "fearlessly be yourself." (Plain Dealer)
There was another circle drill in Cincinnati. (Dispatch video)
New vision training is a part of the high-tech Ohio State weight room. (Plain Dealer)
The wounds are healing for Jim Tressel and Ohio State. (Lantern)
Even without Deshaun Thomas, big things are expected of the Buckeyes next season.
Thomas, now training in Indianapolis, believes he's a first-rounder. (Dispatch)
The Gang's All Here
Hockey goalie Brady Hjelle was named a first-team All-American. (OSU)
Lacrosse player Logan Shuss is close to the Buckeyes' career goal record. (Lantern).
A freshman already holds the school record in the javelin. (OSU)
And Brutus was fine after that hit in practice last Saturday, a video that went viral. (Plain Dealer)