|Trey Leroux Accepts Ohio State Offer Improving the 2020 Class|
Trey Leroux was born in the town of Norwalk in Ohio State in the United States. Trey is a 3 star prospect according to the 247Sports rankings. In the Country He is No. 907 overall prospect, No. 90 offensive tackle and No. 38 offensive lineman in Ohio State.
At 6’8 feet and 340 pounds now, Trey Leroux has been defined as ’big’’ from his kindergarten days all through to Junior High School. His huge body has been an advantage to his football career and he is well adapted to the tactical techniques and demands of the sport.
From Monroeville to Norwalk
He has been steadily growing in his career and was the OPSWA (Ohio Prep Sports Writer Association) Division III North West District Lineman of the year and All- Ohio first team. His career has flourished more recently having moved to Norwalk and competing in tougher competitions with big names. Trey had started at left- tackle for Monroeville in his sophomore year.
On March 11, Trey Leroux through his Twitter handle announced that he decided to continue his academic and athletic career at the Ohio State University. He accepted the offer and expressed his deep gratitude for the honor. Before the offer he had visited the Buckeye’s spring practice match. He was impressed by the coaches and atmosphere. He adds the weather is also good and his family supported the decision. He was super excited at his decision because since childhood he had always want to play for Ohio State.
Before committing, Trey Leroux had received from Indiana University on February 26, Rutgers University, Eastern Michigan, University of Akron, West Virginia University, Ball state University, Bowling Green State University Kentucky, Pitt, Cincinnati and Purdue. He has expressed his gratitude to all schools that gave him an offer.
Trey Leroux has made official visits to Michigan University, Purdue University, Toledo University and twice to Notre Dame University. He took to himself to visit schools he was interested in.
Ohio State was recruiting 6 offensive lineman for 2020. Trey Leroux committing to the team, will add to a team of other 5 recruits. Trey is the fourth person committing thus two spots remaining.
|3/14/2019 3:38:46 PM|
|Dawand Jones And The Late Push by Ohio State To Find Line Help|
Dawand Jones is arguably a force to reckon within the sports world. He majors in Football and Basketball in high school but will play football at the next level. From childhood Dawand Jones has been considered a big child. His early school years were not very interesting as his classmates would often tease him. At some point, he refused to go to school to avoid the hurtful things said to him by his classmates. His mother Ms. Deana encouraged him not to give up.
Little did he know, his size would be an advantage to him in his later years and make a career out of it. Dawand Jones loved basketball and pursued it. He began watching basketball outdoors at around the age 5. Dawand Jones went to Ben Davis High school in Indianapolis. While there his football coach has been Jason Simmons. Coach Simmons refers to him as a wonderful player. He is multi-talented because he also plays basketball and had tried Volleyball while on his 8th Grade at IPS School 108.
With a gigantic athletic body, measuring up to an astonishing 6 feet and 380 pounds, he started his career majoring in basketball.
Dawand Jones basketball career came into the limelight in his junior years at the Junior All Star Game. He averaged 13.4 points, 6.9 rebounds and shot 75percent when his team played with Warren Central in the regional level. Thou his team lost 21-6 against them.
Dawand Jones has made 3 football recruiting official visits, first on 9th November 2018 to USC, Second on January 19thth to Ohio State and January 27th to Penn state. He made an unofficial visit to Michigan State in early January. These visits limited him to take football visits within his tight schedule.
He had basketball offers from Ball State, Indiana, Cleveland state, Bowling Green, Mississippi Northern Michigan and Kent State.
Some sources consider him No 84 in the nation and ranked 13th within Indiana for 2019 prospects. On the first of February, Dawand Jones signed his letter of intent with the Ohio State football team. He will be a great asset for the team along the offensive line. He is a great player, with great experience, focused and looks forward to the 2020 Championships. He intends to focus his energy to his academics and sports.
|2/22/2019 3:19:25 PM|
|Buckeye Elite DE Jack Sawyer|
It comes as great news to all Buckeye's die-hard fans, the unveiling and most exciting commitment from the young and energetic Elite DE Jack Sawyer.
Ohio North 2021 defensive end Jack Sawyer (from Pickerington North) committed to the Buckeye after his visit to Ohio. The outstanding 6-foot-5 defensive end weighing 225 pounds, chose Ohio State over the likes of Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State, and many others.
His outstanding capabilities have earned him favor making him among Ryan Day's team and the Buckeyes first 2021 commitment a huge step in the game.
Sawyer is among the most productive athletes in the state of Ohio emerging as one of the top basketball and football players in high school. In addition to this, he can shot a 3 point shot and keep the crowd chanting, A huge fun base awaits him from the crowd. However, Sawyer joins Buckeyes as a football player ,a star in the making.
Ohio State had to work harder to earn Sawyer's services. Ohio State had to beat out Notre Dame, Penn State, and many others. However, the results were extremely pleasing to the fans and the team in general.
How Things Rank
According to national ranks, Sawyer managed a 4-star prospect in the 247 sports rankings, he is also 3rd overall in 2021 and number 1 strongside defensive end, not forgetting number one in Ohio.
On the other hand, Buckeyes already have in their possession seven 2020 commitments, among them is Jack Miller (quarterback) Darvon Hubbard (tail back ) Gee Scott and Jaxon Smith ( wide receivers) Luke Wypler ( center ) and Paris Johnson and Jakob James (offensive tackles). The team is currently appearing in the top 3 position according to composite recruiting rankings, but the team has a lot to offer in the forthcoming games.
|2/8/2019 3:23:58 PM|
|Dublin Coffman Guard Dominiq Penn With An Ohio State Offer|
Dominiq Penn, one of the nationally ranked 2020 point guards is yet to decide his college of choice. After taking several unofficial visits to a number of colleges where he had received 2020 offers; it’s clear that the Dublin Coffman Point Guard is more of an asset to any college team he would finally join.
Notre Dame and Ohio State are eying the 6-foot, 160-pound PG who has also received interests from schools like Michigan, Iowa, Xavier, Michigan State, and Indiana. Majority of these schools are impressed by the player’s ability to lead and score for his team.
Speaking to the Notre Dame’s assistant Ryan Ayers when Ayers visited his home state; Penn was quick to appreciate all the teams eying him and noted that he’s looking for a national program with strong academics. He also acknowledged all the scholarships he had been offered by various colleges adding that he’s humbled and all the positive energy motivates him to keep working hard.
Ohio State eyes Dominiq Penn as a legacy recruit
Penn is a 3-star prospect who has been ranked among the top 100 nationally in the 2020 class. He impresses in every game and has a fighting spirit that happens to be one of the most sought-after qualities in the modern play.
Dominiq Penn isn’t only interested in playing for the Ohio State University. He has a family legacy to keep; his father, Sconnie Penn is one of the renowned Buckeyes Basketball players of all time who played for the Ohio State’s team in the late 90s. In 2013, Sconnie Penn was inducted into the school’s hall of fame and is now a vital part of the program where he works as the head of player development and recruitment under Chris Holtmann.
Buckeyes fans aren’t too fast to forget how Sconnie impressed the world of basketball with his magical shots and solid coordination that saw him pass provocative passes to the teammates. Basketball fans are confident that the 2020 prospect has all the skills to coordinate his teammates and act as a coach on the floor.
As a rising star who takes no chances for granted, Sconnie’s son is on the top of the list for more than 8 colleges and his recruitment as a professional player has just started. After a very successful first season as a point guard for the Dublin-Coffman High School; Ohio State took notice and were among the first colleges to extend an offer way back in October last year.
|1/24/2019 1:30:33 PM|
|Three-Star S Bryson Shaw and What He Means for the Buckeyes|
OSU's recent acquisition of Bryson Shaw has given the college another safety who isn't afraid to take matters into his own hands. A native of the Chesapeake Bay State, Shaw is a ball-hogging player who can provide some needed help when it comes to defending against the run.
Ironically, the three-star player was once committed to the Badgers and may have even ended up playing lacrosse had things gone differently. Watching Sam Hubbard's play in the NFL was more than enough to get him to change gears, however.
Those who follow recruitment news weren't necessarily as familiar with Bryson Shaw, but the Buckeyes staff wanted to add him next year for a few reasons in spite of less-than-perfect rankings.
A recent composite poll had him slotted at #47 in total safeties nationwide. The same poll had him rated as the tenth overall in his home state.
Those who watch a ton of tape can tell that he used to run when he was in high school. The 6' 2" future OSU player looks speedy in highlight reels to say the very least. His thin build makes him look more like an athlete than a player in some instances, but Shaw has already stated that he's willing to work.
If anyone doubts this, then they should consider the fact that he's a former three-sport athlete who is quite physical in spite of his lack of size. He's willing to make a tackle and tries to make contact whenever he's got the chance to. Since he plays downhill, Shaw is able to make some pretty impressive moves in spite of his comparatively diminutive size.
|1/4/2019 10:05:34 PM|
|Jaden McKenzie Makes An Impact At OSU|
The most recent OSU recruiting class added another vital player as Wake Forest (North Carolina Campus) DT Jaden McKenzie has committed to the college. McKenzie is the first DT that Ryan Day has grabbed for the 2019 class.
Larry Johnson now has the defensive tackle that he's wanted for some time, and both he and Day see a ton of opportunity in McKenzie since he's got both strength and the ability to play between the sidelines.
McKenzie is a large beast of an interior DT. He adds both size and athleticism to the other side of the ball, and he can run pretty well for a man of his size. This gives him the ability to take on blockers and produce takeaways.
Most importantly, McKenzie isn't afraid to do whatever it takes to get the job done. His previous academic team took home countless wins, and this eventually got them to the big one on three different occasions.
|12/24/2018 1:52:00 PM|
|Eichenberg Commits To Ohio State's 2019 Recruiting Class|
Tommy Eichenberg has officially committed to Ohio State's Recruiting Class of 2019.
Getting a commitment from Tommy Eichenberg, four-star linebacker from St. Ignatius in Cleveland has been a top priority for Ryan Day and the Buckeyes since he received the offer this fall. The Buckeyes see Eichenberg as a great fit for their football program and were thrilled when Eichenberg backed off of his Boston College pledge when the Wolverines and Buckeyes took an interest. Since then everyone pretty much expected he would pick one of the two rivals. What impact will his decision to commit to Ohio State have on the Buckeyes?
Adding a little weight and muscle mass to his 6'3" 225 pofund frame should not be an issue under the strength and conditioning program and Mickey Marotti. On film, Eichenberg appears to possess great instinct and doesn't flinch when it comes to making the tackle in space. The Buckeyes have had issues with the position, so getting a commitment from the top inside linebacker in the state is a real win.
|12/10/2018 2:07:44 PM|
|And EJ Liddell Makes Ohio State a Top Contender|
It's final: EJ Liddell has decided to go with Ohio State, a decision that broke the heart of Illinois and Missouri on Monday night. The two states were hoping up to the very last minute if something would sway the top 50 prospect to make a decision in their favor. Unfortunately, the force wasn't in them.
In the end, it wasn't an individual decision. EJ Liddell made the fateful choice in consultation with his first team: his family. For this, the Buckeyes have much to celebrate about the impending acquisition.
Ohio States 2019 Class
After all, the extremely tall EJ Liddell adds one more mighty powerhouse to a team that has been receiving a lot of extra boosts lately in terms of sign ups. With three of the 50 major commitments already coming their way, the Buckeyes are definitely the team to beat in terms of the potential lineup. EJ Liddell is definitely sending tremors down the spines of the other teams the moment his decision was announced.
Such an extremely powerful lineup for the Buckeyes in the very near future is nothing short of Herculean proportions. The EJ Liddell decision in Ohio State's favor had a lot to do with achieving almost instantaneous bromance with the rest of the team from the No. 48's Labor Day visitation. In EJ Liddell's own words, the male bonding couldn't have been any better, particularly with Alonzo Gaffney or DJ Carton.
|10/3/2018 2:01:07 PM|
|Cormontae Hamilton: The Buckeye Doesn't Stop Here|
Things are turning Buckeye these days, with Cormontae Hamilton being the latest one to bite the dust. The triple star tight end from Tennessee was the next man to pledge his undying love for the Ohio State team. Cormontae Hamilton's surrender to higher Ohio State power has made it a tie with Florida State.
Excellent Class for Urban Meyer
At eight pledges for both school camps, things are really heating up. And that makes the 2020 class of Ohio two pledges shy of the two. The recent Cormontae Hamilton pledge really upped the ante for his 2019 class, making it an honest-to-goodness pledge magnet. As the class' #15, Cormontae Hamilton brings real class to a tight ender's job and Ohio State can't ask for more.
|7/30/2018 2:56:18 PM|