As we sit here today, THE Ohio State Buckeyes have 10 commits and are looking good with top flight talent waiting in the wings. Over a month ago I wrote an article about how we as fans should not be worried because Urban and Company would take care of this in short order. Feel better now?
The staff had a great week, and we should be excited as Buckeye fans. We now have commitments from:
As of right now, I do not think the staff could be happier with this 2015 class. This does not include the 2016 commitment of OL Tyler Gerald, which only helps bolster the future OL and can start recruiting other kids in the 2016 class. To me, the best part of all of this is how Urban and Company have started putting that fence up around OHIO and the best kids. Kevin Feder was the only out of state kids during this haul…..NICE!!!!
I guess the most common asked question is who is next? Read More
Most of us who aren’t recruiting junkies probably couldn’t name the six members of Ohio State’s 2015 recruiting class, as few as that might currently be.
So thinking about 2016 is even more of a stretch… but it’s time to start getting limbered up, as the Buckeyes have picked up their first verbal from a rising Junior, Hubbard’s George Hill.
As a sophomore, Hill managed almost 1200 yards and 15 touchdowns on just one hundred carries- not too shabby, when you remember that he shares the backfield with Buckeye 2015 target LJ Scott. Having both in Columbus as teammates again would not be a horrible thing for Ohio State… and would definitely be a nightmare for the opposition.
Hill is described by most as a running back/receiver hybrid, similar to Curtis Samuel or Dontre Wilson. A four star by most recruiting services, the 6′ 180 pound junior to be was targeted by Michigan State, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Cincinnati; but chose the school that he had liked since he was a child.
Hill visited Ohio State three times before today’s decision, but has been on the coaches’ radar for quite some time. After the jump, you can see what he’ll bring to the table: Read More