When Lonnie Johnson (Gary, Ind./West Side) committed to Ohio State on Mother’s Day -- May 12 -- the four-star wide receiver did it with enthusiasm and excitement.
Eric Glover-Williams (Canton, Ohio/McKinley) knows all about the fact Ohio State has a chance to notch win No. 850 this season. He knows the Buckeyes are the favorite to win their 35th Big Ten title and, if the cards fall right, he knows an eighth national championship isn’t out of the question.
Stephen Collier (Leesburg, Ga./Lee County) sat at a restaurant on Saturday and started drooling, but it wasn’t over a dozen wings or a Screamin’ Nacho Burger.
From official visits past and future to a commitment, the Big Ten was buzzing with headlines this week.Here’s a look at a few programs that highlight a busy week in this week’s Big Ten storylines.
The one thing that is becoming abundantly clear is that Ohio State’s 2014 recruiting class is all about speed.Urban Meyer dipped into his bag of zoom yet another time Monday evening and picked up four-star athlete Noah Brown (Sparta, N.
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Urban Meyer loves speed. He just can’t help himself.What the two-time national champion picked up on Friday, when four-star athlete Curtis Samuel (Brooklyn, N.
Breaking down the Ohio State roster as training camp starts to heat up and the program turns its attention to the opener on Aug. 31 against Buffalo.WIDE RECEIVERSTop of the depth chart: Philly Brown and Devin Smith on the perimeter with Chris Fields in the slotNext in line: Michael Thomas might not have been able to crack the starting lineup with another impressive spring camp, but the sophomore is certainly knocking loudly on the door thanks to a complete package of size, willingness to take on contact, speed and an ability to make difficult grabs with his strong hands.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Observations and notes from a brief glimpse at the Ohio State freshmen during a split-squad practice that opened training camp on Sunday morning:Meyer locked inThe Buckeyes coach made clear he was ready to turn the page from all the offseason chatter and get back to focusing on football, and he obviously enjoyed being on the field and working with his players.
Throughout the next few months, BuckeyeNation will look further into those juniors offered by Ohio State. We’ll give as much detail as we can and go behind the scenes to see why these Class of 2014 standouts are so attractive to the Buckeyes.
There’s a stretch in every recruiting cycle where the class takes shape.Last year it can be argued a three-week stretch that began in mid-December and stretched to the first week of January was the key time period, as ESPN 150 targets Gareon Conley, Mike Mitchell, Trey Johnson and ESPN 300 lineman Donovan Munger committed.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Most wide receivers coming out of high school look at who is going to be throwing them the ball and use it as part of the decision-making process.
Some coaches come out in flurry. Some like to wait and close the door behind everyone else.While Michigan and Ohio State go at the recruiting process differently -- or more to the point, Brady Hoke and Urban Meyer -- both strategies work.
It’s time to dip into the BuckeyeNation recruiting mailbag and answer some of your questions.We’ll try to give everyone a chance to get their questions answered.
Throughout the next few months, BuckeyeNation will look further into those juniors offered by Ohio State.We’ll give as much detail as we can and go behind the scenes to see why these Class of 2014 standouts are so attractive to the Buckeyes.