Wilson a big addition to receiving unit 

February, 4, 2013
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In getting ESPN 150 athlete Dontre Wilson (Desoto, Texas/DeSoto) to alter his college choice from Oregon to Ohio State on Sunday, the Buckeyes not only shored up the wide receiver position in the recruiting class of 2013, they picked up an instant threat in the slot.

It’s a position that should look good for a long time to come for the school as the 55th-ranked player in the nation -- he’s No. 5 at the athlete position -- joins Jalin Marshall (Middletown, Ohio/Middletown) as a slot receiver, giving Ohio State two 150 seniors at the position.

Wilson also complements Taivon Jacobs (Forestville, Md./Suitland) and Corey Smith (Akron, Ohio/East Mississippi Community College) on the outside and gives the Buckeyes multiple weapons across the board.
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