The camp season means recruiting is ramping up, and the Buckeyes are in the mix for a lot of big-time prospects. Ohio State also had one commit at a needed position. 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
The Buckeyes have their kicker in the 2014 class.
Bournival talked about Lattimore and the 2014 class in this week's B1G Official Visit.
The No. 3 safety in the country has Ohio State in his top six.
The grandson of a former OSU player got an offer.
A group of Cleveland-area prospects have a friendly food wager over their growing list of offers, writes Bournival.
A Kansas tight end made a visit on his way to a camp in Florida.
A Tennessee prospect grew up a big Ohio State fan.
In this week's mailbag, Bournival tackles (what else) the quarterback recruiting situation, Glenville athletes and linemen.
Who will be Ohio State's X-factor?
Ohio State's APR scores are on the upswing and now are among the best in the country. (Dispatch)
The Big Ten as a whole is solid in APR, writes Adam Rittenberg.
Offensive coordinator Tom Herman is a rising star in the coaching ranks. (CBS)
Bruce Feldman conducted a wide-ranging interview with Buckeyes behind-the-scenes strength guru Mickey Marotti. (CBS)
Coach Coop will be in the Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame class. (Dispatch)
What appears to be an artifact from the memorabilia scandal ended up on eBay and sold for $18,000. (CBS)
Through a public records request, the Lantern obtained the performance reviews of Ohio State assistant coaches.
Eleven Warriors grades the Buckeyes' assistant coaches in recruiting.
Maurice Clarett will address the NFL rookie symposium, an event he didn't pay much attention to eight years ago. (FoxSportsOhio.com)
Former Buckeyes receiver Ray Small was indicted on drugs and weapons charges. (Dispatch)
Athlon believes Ohio Stadium is the best in the Big Ten.
Thad Matta has a great 2014 recruiting class forming that's second in the initial ESPN class rankings.
It's official: Chris Jent is headed back to the NBA as the top assistant in Sacramento. (Dispatch)
The late Charlie Coles assembled quite a coaching staff at Miami of Ohio, including Matta. (Sporting News)