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Cade Stover Finally Commits To Ohio State

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Why did Cade Stover Wait

It was shocking to many that it took so long for four-star linebacker Cade Stover to commit to the Buckeyes. Last spring, Ohio State offered a scholarship to Stover that most felt he would take in a matter of a few days. Cade was not in a rush to commit to any school at that time. He said he was enjoying the recruitment process. It took him nearly a year before he committed to Ohio State.

What Finally Sealed the Deal with Stover

Stover said he finally decided on Ohio State because of the family atmosphere. He had over two dozen offers from other schools that include Penn State, Virginia Tech, Oklahoma, Michigan, Notre Dame and Texas. Reportedly, Ohio State had their sites on Stover for quite some time. Along with Cade, there were only a few other sophomores invited to attend the January 2017 Junior Day. The Buckeyes made an offer to Stover several weeks later when he returned to the campus to watch spring practice. Over the next few months, Stover returned to Ohio State to strengthen his relationship with head coach Urban Meyer.

5/4/2018 2:46:40 PM
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Keyshawn Woods Is The Next Andrew Dakich But Better

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Andrew Dakich was one of the biggest reasons why OSU did so well during their first season under Chris Holtmann. His leadership skills coupled with his abilities as the backup point guard made the fifth-year senior stand out during his last year of eligibility. Keyshawn Woods represents all of that and even more.

Having committed to the Buckeyes a couple of weeks after attending a spring football game, Woods picked OSU over Louisville and Virginia Tech. Dakich spent only his final year of eligibility with the Buckeyes, and it looks like Woods is going to do the same. He's bringing some very impressive numbers along with him.

When he played his freshman year at Charlotte, Woods averaged 2.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game on top of an 8.4 point scoring average. The 182 lbs. The 6-foot 3-inch guard shot 47 percent beyond the arc in the 32 games he played. Despite being a backup, Woods started on three different occasions that year.

5/2/2018 1:32:58 PM
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Noah Potter And Ohio State

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Last Monday night would come to a close with a commitment to Ohio from Noah Potter. The 6'5", 250 pound defensive end hails from mentor Ohio and is the number 8 prospect for the 2019 class in Ohio.

This is the fifth commitment that the Buckeyes have received for their 2019 roster. Noah Potter is the first commitment by a defensive lineman. Noah Potter will be joining a former teammate that is also on the team, Ryan Jacoby. Potter's brother, Micah, is already a sophomore at Ohio State and plays for the basketball team.

Potter is a physically large defensive end yet he maintains a high level of athleticism. These combined attributes make him a formidable defensive player. However, the Buckeyes hope to further develop this physic and hope to help him add 20 to 30 pounds as he gets older. The coaches recognize his talents already and aim to help him set that bar even higher. It is believed that Potter will see time in the coming season considering the looming departure for Nick Bosa to the Draft.

4/23/2018 3:40:16 PM
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Florida State Point Guard Transfer CJ Walker Commits To Buckeyes

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Chris Holtmann includes Point Guard Transfer in the Ohio State Team.

Chris Holtmann bagged an enrollment from the Florida State point guard transfer CJ Walker.

On Twitter, Walker declared:

"I have made a decision with my family, and am pleased to say that I will be joining the Ohio State program!"

Walker, who is six foot one inches tall, will need to forgo the next season.

On average, Walker scored 2.5 assists and 8.5 points at Florida State during the previous season. The Seminoles reached the Top Eight.

4/10/2018 10:06:07 AM
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How Ryan Jacoby Committed To Ohio State

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Ryan Jacoby makes his commitment to Ohio State

When Ryan Jacoby decided he wanted to commit to the 2019 recruiting class at Ohio State, he couldn't help but pull a fast one on head football coach Urban Meyer. During a phone conversation with Tony Alford and Greg Studrawa, Jacoby relayed his intent to sign. The three then decided to keep the secret from Meyer.

After Jacoby's commitment was made public, Meyer was excited, relieved and surprised. "How did everyone keep that secret from me?" he asked.

3/19/2018 2:17:24 PM
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Ohio State Adds A Dozen Preferred Walk-Ons

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Ohio State is making dreams come true for several in-state seniors by giving them opportunities to be preferred walk-ons as the Buckeyes wrap up recruiting. For almost all of these seniors, the opportunity to play for Ohio State is hard to pass up even if it means giving up full scholarships to other less prestigious programs. A preferred walk-on can use the coaching staff, the training facilities and gear the same as an athlete on scholarship. This season, Ohio State adds a dozen preferred walk-ons, and those are:

Jack Cappabianca -- 6-foot-2, 220-pound reserve linebacker at Berlin Center Western Reserve, first-team all-district.

Abe Myers - 6-foot-2, 220-pound Big Walnut linebacker, honorable mention all-county.

Davion Johnson -- Bedford wide receiver, 5-foot-8, 160 pounds, second-team all-state.

Xavier Johnson -- a 6-foot-1, 215-pound wide receiver from Cincinnati Summit Country Day School, Division V honorable mention.

Sam Wiglusz -- a 6-foot, 175-pound wide receiver from Brecksville-Broadview Heights.

Cade Kacherski - 6-foot-3, 190-pound linebacker from Dublin Jerome, first-team all-district.

Jack Jamieson -- offensive lineman for Cleveland St. Ignatius, 6-foot-2, 285 pounds, Wildcats two-time captain.

Michael Johnson -- 6-foot-3, 205-pound running back, Erie community college.

Lloyd McFarquhar -- 5-foot-9, 160-pound Lyndhurst Brush cornerback, Western Reserve Conference scholar-athlete.

Robert Cope -- athlete from Dublin Jerome, 5-foot-10, 188 pounds.

Garrison Glover -- 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive tackle from Mason.

Roen McCullough - 6-foot-2, 235-pound long snapper from Worthington Kilbourne country's fourth-best long snapper.

Zaid Hamdan -- Mason defensive tackle, 6-foot, 263 pounds

Dominic Dimaccio -- 5-foot-9, 160-pound Missouri kicker, second-team All-Ohio selection.

Luke Donovan -- 5-foot-11, 180-pound wide receiver from desert mountain Scottsdale.

Austin Kutscher --6-foot-1, 186-pound wide receiver from Massillon Washington, second-team all-district.

Ben Schmiesing -- 6-foot-1, 215-pound linebacker from Piqua.

2/13/2018 2:42:56 PM
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Chris Olave Yet Another Receiver For Buckeyes

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Chris Olave, the four-star receiver, is the latest recruit for the Ohio State Buckeyes 2018 roster. He is the 54th receiver in the nation and the 24th recruit for Ohio States 2018 season. He will join ranks with L'Christian Smith, Kamryn Babb, and Cameron Brown, the other four-star players that are part of the 2018 recruiting class.

One might wonder why Ohio State chose to fill another receiver position. With five other players already slated for the receiver position, it seems as if this is a saturated position. This might be true of the current year, but the decision was made to prepare for 2019.

In 2019, the Buckeyes will lose seniors, Johnnie Dixon, Paris Campbell, and Terry McLaurin. Making matters worse, Ben Victor, K.J. Hill, and Austin Mack are all juniors that will be eligible for the draft depending on their season. Even though these players are still juniors, it is feasible, that if offered a chance to go pro, at least one will take that offer. So, if you do the math, this is a good way to prepare for the potential 2019 losses.

2/1/2018 3:55:48 PM
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Friday In Columbus Means Great Things In Store

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Buckeyes fans got some colossal news on Friday when four star defensive end Tyler Friday announced his official commitment to Ohio State. He is quite a find as the eighty-sixth overall player in the country, the fourth best defensive tackle, and the second best player in the entire state of New Jersey.

He joins the other four star defensive end Tyreke Smith on the line. The Buckeyes plan on playing Friday at the defensive end position instead of inside at the tackle position. This is some much needed relief from the anxiety attack that was hitting most Buckeye fans where it hurts. After losing five star defensive end Brenton Cox many fans thought it was too late for Urban Meyer and his staff to find a suitable replacement. To the critics and doubters, Coach Meyer said move over I can handle this. They may have lost a great player, but to come back with two equally talented and tenacious defenders on the line is quite a feat in its own right.

1/20/2018 9:42:25 PM
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Jerome Baker Going To The Draft

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Ohio State says goodbye to a future pro bowl player in linebacker Jerome Baker. On Monday he announced his intentions to declare for the draft this year. This is a blow to the team's defense as Baker was a pivotal leader in the defensive box.

After already hearing that Denzel Ward and Sam Hubbard were declaring for the draft Ohio State fans are sad to hear about losing another great player from their team. The departure is bittersweet for both sides after Baker posted a tweet thanking the Buckeye fans for all the love and support, and he hoped to have success at the next level.

1/12/2018 9:18:52 PM
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About Tommy Togiais Commitment To OSU

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Over 20 nationally ranked colleges offered Tommy Togiai a football scholarship. The Idaho native finally announced his choice last Tuesday. While his commitment was only verbal at that point, the defensive tackle stated on his Twitter account that he intended to sign with OSU.

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer visited the high school in Pocatello that Togiai attended. He apparently convinced Togiai that OSU offers a superior program since the U.S. Army All-American could have had a scholarship at nearly any college he wanted.

The 295 lbs. senior holds the ninth-place ranking of all players at the DT position in the United States. He is currently ranked as a solid four-star recruit. Other polls have ranked him as the second best DT in the current recruiting class.

12/28/2017 3:34:42 PM
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