Once again proving why he is one of the best coaches in the nation right now, if not of all time, Urban Meyer got another huge boost when Kamryn Babb committed to Ohio State. This news came in on Tuesday after Babb made an official announcement during a video he posted on Twitter.
Babb was in an interview saying that Coach Meyer's dedication to him was a big part of his decision to commit. This was in reference to his season-ending knee injury last season. This along with what he stated was a "family environment" were major factors in his decision.
It is clear that this young man is especially excited to play for Coach Meyer and receivers coach Zach Smith. He should help solidify the receiving corps for the next few years. The four star ranked prospect even turned down scholarships from other big name schools like Michigan, Notre Dame, Missouri, UCLA, and USC.
The 6 foot 1 inch 189 pound wide receiver is the nation's twelfth best receiver according to recruiting services. The All American was reported to have committed in October during his official visit, but waited to make it public knowledge until this month.
This is another great addition, and St. Louis Christian Brothers can be proud of helping him accomplish this great achievement. He is considered their best receiver prospect even with the knee injury he sustained last year. Certainly Ohio State looks to make more waves this next season with these great new additions to an already good team.
What Kamryn Babb's commitment means for Ohio State: Buckeyes football recruiting