Chandler Arizona wide receiver prospect Kyion Grayes is very interested in Ohio State for 2022 according to sources, after de-committing to Arizona. The 6’1” receiver is considered the 46th best player at the position nationally and the 3rd best overall prospect in the state of Arizona. Five analyst consider Grayes high on Ohio State including Tom Loy, Steve Wiltfong, Bill Kurelic, Blair Angulo, and Jason Scheer. He is also being recruited by Arizona, Oregon, and Penn State with 16 scholarship offers total. Brian Hartline is recruiting Grayes for the Buckeyes but a random conversation with graduated receiver Johnnie Dixon has led to even more interest.
Grayes Johnnie Dixon Connection
Johnnie Dixon has been in Arizona for a stint with the Cardinals after graduating from Ohio State. Grayes noticed Dixon wearing Ohio State gear and wanted to speak with him as he had been contacted by the coaching staff. Dixon and Grayes have gone to the same training facility since May. Dixon had no problem telling Grayes about his great experience in Columbus, on campus, at practices, in games, and how its like family.
What Kyion Grayes Offers
He has a skill of finding the open areas in the defense, with room to increase size and a strong work ethic. Has an explosiveness from the snap with good hands. Could start in college for a number of years.
Kyion Grayes Visit
Grayes and his family are planning on touring the campus this coming weekend to see what Ohio State has to offer. This will be an official visit with no contact with the team as recruiting is currently on hold.
Kyion Grayes on Arizona commitment, Buckeyes interest, 2022 recruiting challenges
Update: Kyion Grayes Committed to Ohio State
Grayes announced on February 28th 2021 that he would be going to Ohio State in 2022. A prior Arizona commit, he decommited in December and has now found a new home after being recruited by Brian Hartline and Ryan Day. In describing why he selected Ohio State, Grayes said it was the environment and the coaches that made him feel welcome. He becomes the second wide receiver in the class after Caleb Burton made his choice earlier in the season.