Jantzen dunn a buckeye.
Those three have been killing it on the trail, and Alford redeemed himself with a great RB class.They got their 1st 2022 verbal yesterday too, Jyaire Brown, a CB from Louisiana. Spent the 1st 4 years of his life in Cincy before moving to Louisiana. Currently outside of the top 100 early 2022 list but has offers from all over including the big SEC schools Bama, LSU, and UGA. Kerry Coombs was cited as the main reason he is choosing tOSU. Many think we have entered the era of Assistant Coaches being the primary reason players are choosing a school and the trio of Johnson, Hartline, and Coombs are considered some of the best in the game at this point.
Bummer. He's been flirting with Bama and UF for weeks now.
And the Big Ten cluster F, made his decision all that much easier. He will not be the last decommit for 2021 in addition to losing 4 and 5 stars that were heavily leaning towards Ohio State. The BIG just F'd themselves for a long while if the SEC and other conferences play.
Wish him the best. It hurts when you see that. Good luck to the young man.On the negative side tOSU loses out on another in state OL, this time Strongsville's Blake Miller, to Clemson: https://247sports.com/Article/Blake...Tigers-college-football-recruiting-153799376/
You will have a QB room of Miller, Stroud and McCord next year and add Ewers in 2022. All young top QB recruits and only one can start. One, maybe two, eventually transfer. Nice problem to have for Ryan Day.OSU lands commitment from no.1 QB recruit for 2022 : https://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio...quarterback-quinn-ewers-commits-to-ohio-state
You will have a QB room of Miller, Stroud and McCord next year and add Ewers in 2022. All young top QB recruits and only one can start. One, maybe two, eventually transfer. Nice problem to have for Ryan Day.