And now, we turn to the 2015 recruiting class.
You read that right- students who will be entering their junior year in high school are now the focus of the Ohio State coaching staff.
Thad Matta stated this whole party with two top touted verbals for ’15 in the past week or so, and today Urban’s team answered in a big way. Canton McKinley’s Eric Glover-Williams, “EGW”/”Superman” has become the first member of the next great class of Buckeyes.
The 5’10″, 165 pound running back is currently rated as one of the top ten at that position in the country for his class, and is a “four star” athlete on most scouting sites. He held offers from Michigan State, Arkansas, Nebraska, Tennessee, and had interest from Michigan, LSU, and Oregon.
With two years of prep ball yet to play, it’s unknown where he’ll end up at once he arrives at Columbus. 247 has him as a top 10 nationally both as a cornerback and as an offensive weapon. It’ll be fun to see if he’s given a chance to fill the “pivot” role (Jordan Hall/Jalin Marshall/Dontre Wilson).
After the jump, you can see why he was such a high priority for the Buckeyes… remember, this is from his sophomore year: Read More