As far as unofficial visits go, Ohio State hit a home run on Monday.Those were the words of Olathe (Kan.) High School football coach Jeff Gourley about the ESPN Watch List offensive guard Braden Smith's visit with the Buckeyes.
The staging of satellite camps could be short-lived, so we're proposing Big Ten options for additional satellite camps this offseason.
National recruiting experts Craig Haubert and Tom Luginbill discuss how the Buckeyes' win in the first College Football Playoff could pay dividends on the recruiting trail across the Big Ten.
Defensive tackle Rashan Gary, the No. 1 overall recruit in the initial ESPN 300 for the 2016 class, joins ESPN's Matt Schick to talk recruiting, defensive scheme and the feelings of being the nation's top player.
Winning national championships, drawing enormous crowds to spring games and exploiting recruiting loopholes -- all of a sudden, the Big Ten is beating the SEC at its own game.
Earlier this month, the Big Ten Network announced its slate of Big Ten night games in 2015. Now, we have the ABC/ESPN family of networks' choices.
With more than 100 prospects in the initial 2016 ESPN 300 already committed, many 2016 recruiting classes are starting to take shape.
The first edition of the ESPN 300 for the 2016 class has been released with defensive tackle Rashan Gary leading the way.
With three worthy candidates, the Buckeyes coach says he will need to crunch the numbers in order to make a decisive case.
The newly minted No. 1 player isn't likely to make his college decision until the Under Armour All-American Game or signing day.
Five things to know going into the release of the ESPN 300 for the Class of 2016.
Paul Finebaum asks Joey Galloway about Braxton Miller's situation at Ohio State.
Paul Finebaum asks Dennis Dodd who will participate in the next College Football Playoff.
Coveted receiver also loves basketball, but expects to focus on football in college.
The national champion Buckeyes enjoyed some laughs and memorable moments when they were honored at the White House.
President Barack Obama welcomed College Football Playoff champion Ohio State to the White House.