George Asafo-Adjei, 2015 offensive lineman for Lakota West

George Asafo-Adjei, 2015 offensive lineman for Lakota West

George Asafo-Adjei

Take a look at what George Asafo-Adjei, 2015 offensive lineman for Lakota West is saying regarding his recent Ohio State visit and more.

Buckeye football and Urban Meyer have had a number of unofficial visits on campus by potential prospects. Things were certainly no different this past week. Class of 2015, George Asafo-Adjei, offensive lineman, was on campus on Tuesday. He and CJ Stalker, his Lakota West teammate, watched the Buckeyes during a variety of practice drills.

The 295-pound, 6'4" first team selection for the All Greater Miami Conference said that his time at Ohio went well and that it was an easy trip. He also said that he was very impressed with the tempo and the way the players were moving at practice.

Not only did the native from West Chester have an opportunity to observe Meyer and his group of talented assistants prepare Taylor Decker and the other Buckeyes for an upcoming game, he also had a chance to interact with some of the coaching staff at OSU during his visit as well as view a high school football film.

He said that he had a chance to talk with both Coach Warinner and Coach Meyer. They not only said they were happy to have him visit, but that he was welcome to join their summer camp.

On the 19th Asafo-ADjei will visit Ohio and the chance to show off what he has in front of the coaches at OSU is something he is definitely looking forward to because his plans include attending Ohio State camp later in the year.

He is coming off a great junior campaign where his help in blocking the Firebirds to a record 9-2 as well as a birth at the state playoffs has earned George the position of 62nd ranked offensive tackle in addition to 539th overall class of 2015 prospect.

He commented that if the Buckeyes made him an offer, he would be very happy and they would be in his top five.

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