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Ohio State Welcomed Nojel Eastern In Official Visit

Nojel Eastern

Nojel Eastern is considering Ohio State for his college career. The standout from Evanston Township is one of the top recruits in the country. He announced the official visit on Twitter and said it would happen early in November.

From the class of 2017, Eastern is a 4-star swingman who is ranked as high as #3 in his home state of Illinois. On a national level, he is #14 among small forwards and #69 in overall prospects. His numbers have been impressive as a junior with 14.9 points, 4 assists, and 6.5 rebounds per game - good enough to lead his team to a 23-6 season. This excellent all-around player stands 6 feet, 6 inches and weighs 210 pounds.

His visit will coincide with the scrimmage between the Buckeyes and Ohio University. This should give Eastern with the opportunity to watch the team play up-close. Coach Thad Matta expressed his interest in recruiting Eastern with two visits to his home.

12/5/2016 10:34:27 PM
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Ohio State Lands 3-Star Recruit From Kentucky

Braxton Beverly

Ohio State lands 3-Star Recruit

The Ohio State Buckeyes have landed their first guard recruit from the class of 2017. Braxton Beverly, a PG from Hargrave Military Academy in Hazard, KY, has formally committed to play for the team next season. Beverly is a 3-star recruit.

This is a relief to the Buckeyes. They were on the hunt for a guard to bolster their one-man recruiting class for next year. Their only recruit is a 4-star Center from Westerville, OH, Kaleb Wesson. He was heavily recruited on a national level but chose to stay in state and play for coach Matta at OSU.

10/13/2016 2:27:06 PM
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Anthony Hines Going To Ohio State For Official Visit


Anthony Hines is a 4-star LB that has received lots of invitations from different schools. This next stop is OSU with the program keen on beefing up its defensive lineup. This standout from Plano East in Texas has an imposing figure at 222 lbs and 6ft 2 inches. He can definitely help Ohio State should he decide to attend here.

The news of his intended visit this October came out in social media via Bill Kurelic. Previous to this, the linebacker has gone to other campuses including Penn State and Oklahoma. There is no word on whether he will drop by other schools in between.

For the whole 2017 class, Hines is ranked #2 for his position and #11 for prospects coming from the Lone Star State. A look at the overall listing will show that he is currently at #85 which is pretty decent for a defensive man. This All-American is in the enviable position of choosing from several excellent schools. If the Buckeyes get him, then he would become part of a formidable 2017 batch that includes Baron Browning and Antjuan Simmons.

10/3/2016 10:29:08 AM
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Ohio State Wide Receiver Noah Brown In The Spotlight

Ohio State Feature: Wide Receiver Noah Brown


Here's an overview of the talents of Buckeyes receiver Noah Brown:

"I'd like to say that I am a jack of all trades" Brown said. "Route running is probably my strongest point, however I can stretch the field as well. During Freshman year, I had a lot of success with my blocking, so this is something I take great pride in".

Brown said this during preseason training. It reconfirmed what the Buckeyes players and coaches said about him during preseason last year.

In the interim, he broke his lower leg, which meant that he had to stop training twelve months ago. High hopes were pinned on him, as Ohio State attempted to replace Evan Spencer and Devin Smith. Michael Thomas and Brown would have made a good pairing, however this did not come to fruition.

9/16/2016 10:02:49 PM
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Tyjon Lindsey Commits To The Buckeyes


Tyjon Lindsey, the 2017 Five Star Wide Receiver From Las Vegas, NV, Joins Ohio State

Only days after reports that he intended to return to Las Vegas to partner with quarterback Tate Martell, Tyjon Lindsey has joined Ohio State. The 180 pound, five foot nine, five star wide receiver went public with his decision on Monday, in a video published on his Twitter account.

Over the past few months, things have gravitated towards Ohio State, however this was not always true with regards to Lindsey's enrolment. Nebraska --- headed by Keith Williams --- spent a lot of time trying to court the country's fifth best receiver, with numerous journeys to Nevada starting as far back as the Spring.

8/23/2016 3:51:08 PM
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4-Star Texas Cornerback Gets Ohio State Offer

The Ohio State Buckeyes kicked off its recruiting class for 2018 by picking up Armwood, Florida running back Brian Snead, who is a 5-star leading prospect. The recruit made the decision to commit to Ohio State and Head Coach Urban Meyer during the Friday Night Lights Event which is annually held at the university.

Last Wednesday, Ohio State also made an offer to Anthony Cook, a cornerback from Houston, TX / Lamar. The Buckeyes intend to beef up their defensive roster with the 6'1, 168-pounder who is also being looked at by quite a few different schools who are making their own offers. Ohio State is among 24 other programs who have also made offers to the Houston native to include: Georgia, Florida, Florida State, Alabama, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Baylor, Clemson, and many more.

7/29/2016 9:44:30 AM
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Amir Riep Signs With the Buckeyes

Amir Riep

Amir Riep has made a decision about his career and his future. He has decided that he will play football for Ohio State. The decision was primarily so that he could stay home by his family.

Urban Meyer is feeling mighty proud right now because it appears that he has landed himself another prize player and top target.

Riep told the news that he picked Ohio State for two reasons. He said he picked them because of their academics and because he could truly see himself fitting in with the rest of the crowd. He said that he would most likely take up the sports medicine curriculum.

7/28/2016 10:31:35 PM
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Nevada Quarterback Tate Martell Joins the Ohio State Buckeyes


Ohio State acquired a commitment from Tate Martell for Signal Calling Duties in 2017

When the best dual threat quarterback in America, Tate Martell from Nevada, didn't commit to Texas A&M in May, many believed he would take his time to consider his options.

That appeared to be the idea, because Martell kept telling journalists that he intended to make many official visits, prior to deciding his path later in the autumn and registering early at his chosen school.

However, during the past fourteen days, Martell began to narrow his list down, with one option - Ohio State - constantly in his thoughts ever since he visited Columbus in March, when both he and his father were impressed.

7/1/2016 10:20:08 AM
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Ohio State Enters The Radar Of Texas Standouts

Jeffrey Okudah

A couple of prospects from Longhorn State traveled to Columbus during the weekend. This gave them the opportunity to check out the campus in person. While there, they mingled with the coaching team of Ohio State and Urban Meyer. There's a good chance that Jeffrey Okudah and Baron Browning, five star recruits from the 2017 class, will have been impressed by what they saw in Capital City.

If recruitment is about forming strong relationships, this is precisely what the Buckeyes have attempted to do with the duo from Texas. Holding the OSU in high esteem during their weekend meeting, it was the 195 pound, six foot one inch standout from South Grand Prairie High, Okudah's second visit to OSU. Browning, on the other hand, was making the journey north for the first time.

Both prospects have had more than thirty scholarship offers each. Stanford and Alabama - to name just a few - are in the running for Okudah, however some insiders think that he will wind up opting for Ohio State ultimately.

5/31/2016 3:36:11 PM
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Dwayne Cohill Receives Offer From Ohio State


On Sunday, Dwayne Cohill -- the promising Parma Holy Name junior guard -- visited Ohio State's campus. While there, he was offered a scholarship by the Buckeyes. Cohill was the top guard in Ohio out of the class of 2018, and he has been on the Buckeye's radar for a long time.

Cohill recently finished an impressive sophomore season, where he gained Division Two special mention honors. As a freshman, he led his team to the Division Two regional finals, and helped to elevate a program (that desperately needed a star) to greater heights during the past couple of years.

Cohill has excellent body control, fine scoring ability and good athleticism. He looks like he was born to play sport and should play both guard roles if he does join Ohio State. During recent years, Cohill and present Ohio State player Dane Goodwin have competed against each other in fascinating head to head battles. These two athletes are leagues above all the other state guards.

5/20/2016 2:22:46 PM
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