Liam McCullough Is A Buckeye!!

Written June 10th, 2014 by MaliBuckeye

Oh, Snap.

There should never be a question that we’re big fans of longsnappers here at tBBC… heck, yours truly even stalked Bryce Haynes’ father at last year’s Cal game. Having spent a good portion of my college career looking upside down at teammates, I understand how important this role can be (especially when done as poorly as I was wont to do).

So the announcement today that Worthington Kilbourne’s premier specialist had become the latest member for the “Elite ’15″ is certainly doubly reason to celebrate. That’s three verbals in three days, for those of you playing at home… although this one is being identified by some as a “gray shirt”.

Liam McCullough chose the hometown Buckeyes over offers from Michigan State, Wisconsin, and Big Blue Nation; saying that being a member of the scarlet and gray has been a long time dream for him.

Again, according to Jeremy Birmingham, McCullough sees his role as being the “next man up”, having worked with Mr. Haynes and Cameron Johnston on occasion over the past few months; he attended both the Wisconsin and Penn State games this past season as he was weighing his offers.

He’s listed as the #2 player at his position in the country by the people who would know. While longsnappers don’t usually get the rating love that other positions do, you’ve got to believe that Coach Meyer and Coach Coombs won’t make an offer unless the young man has some serious star potential. And remember, preferred walk-on Sam York will be joining the team this fall; he also brings quite the repertoire of snap-ocity.

After the jump, you can check out the zip that will be headed to the ‘Shoe in the near future:

Hooray, longsnappers!!! Welcome to the Buckeye family, Mr.McCullough!

1 Comment

  1. KenNo Gravatar
    June 10th, 2014 at 8:41 pm

    Yes, we are big on snap-ocity. Mali, I guess spending your college career looking upside down explains your refreshing perspective on stuff.

    Not that I know what I’m talking about but I did notice a nice “tendency” with The Gaelic Gun’s long snaps. Most (not all, but most) of his long snaps were oh so slightly to the right of center of the punter. I’d think that punters would appreciate that, since it’s ‘directly’ in alignment with their punting leg. It make’s the drop a bit easier.

    Welcome young Mr. McCullough.

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