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Mickey Mitchell Re-Commits To The Buckeyes

Mickey Mitchell is set play for the Buckeyes again this season. Mitchell is a four-star 2015 forward who comes from Plano,Texas and he has recently made a second commitment to the Ohio State Basketball team.

Mickey initially signed-up for the Buckeyes last August, but left last month after his brother Mike, a footballer for Ohio State accepted a transfer to Texas Tech.

Mickey Mitchell announced his latest commitment to the Buckeyes on his public Twitter account.

9/12/2014 10:01:27 PM
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Mickey Mitchel Stepping Away From Ohio State

Mickey Mitchell

Mickey Mitchell has changed his mind in committing to play basketball for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Brother of Mike Mitchell who was linebacker for the Buckeyes, Mickey Mitchell seemed sure to leave the Buckeyes when his brother exited Ohio State football after his freshman year. Thad Matta, coach at Ohio State, had felt Mickey Mitchell would stay through 2015.

Mickey Mitchell was ranked 20th by for 2015. He announced the change from the Buckeyes via Twitter. Brother Mike signed with Texas Tech this year. That college is closer to the Mitchells' home near Dallas, Texas.

9/2/2014 3:22:45 PM
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Carlton Davis Promises To Play For Ohio State

Carlton Davis

Miami's safety Carlton Davis expressed his desire to play for Ohio State: Ohio State received great news after losing a top prospect to an injury. This news gave them some necessary relief after this very unfortunate incident.

Carlton Davis expressed his desire to play for Ohio State on 560 AM in Miami. Ryan Bartow from 247Sports and Scout's Corey Bender were the first reporters to reveal this outstanding news. Marc Gilver confirmed Davis' statements after speaking with him off the air. This talented high school player made a surprising commitment to the Ohio State Buckeyes team.

8/12/2014 4:17:29 PM
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Josh Moore: Ohio State Grab TE Commitment


Kansas tight end Josh Moore has become the latest player to be wooed by Urban Meyer, and has pledged to join Ohio State's impressive 2015 recruiting class.

Moore gave his verbal commitment to the scarlet and gray at the school's Friday Night Lights event, confirming reports in recruiting circles that he was a long time Buckeyes lean. He was seen speaking at length with head coach Urban Meyer early on in the camp, and Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch later confirmed that Moore had taken the step of verbally committing to the program.

7/31/2014 10:29:40 PM
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2015 Cornerback Denzel Ward Tells Us About His Commitment to Ohio State


Out of Nordonia High School in Macedonia Ohio, Denzel Ward is one of the top cornerbacks in the country and recently committed to play college football with Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeye football team. A physical corner that isn’t afraid to make a play on a running back. He can recover on a receiver and change direction without issue. Still a little light for college football but has plenty of time before he arrives in Columbus for the 2015 season.

7/24/2014 3:41:33 PM
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Liam McCullough Is a Rare Scholarship Long Snapper

Liam McCullough

Liam McCullough has finally pledged allegiance to the Buckeyes, making him number six in the team's 2015 recruiting class.

McCullough, from Worthington Kibourne, is one of the only two players to ever get an OSU scholarship to continue long-snapping. Coach Urban Meyer granted McCullough the scholarship months ago, and it's only now that McCullough has made his decision; picking OSU over Kentucky, Wisconsin and Michigan state.

7/11/2014 8:25:26 AM
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Ohio State Gets Commitments For Justin Hilliard And Jashon Cornell

Justin Hilliard

Two outstanding high school prospects will join Ohio State's football team in the fall as linebacker Justin Hilliard and defensive end Jashon Cornell have committed to the Buckeyes.

Hilliard, a graduate of Cincinnati's St. Xavier High School, and Cornell, who attended St. Paul in Cretin-Derham Hall, MN, made their intent public within minutes of one another during webcasts at their schools produced by ESPN. Hilliard indicated that choosing Ohio State was easy because he wanted to remain in his home state and has always been an Ohio State fan.

7/3/2014 1:39:02 PM
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Denzel Ward Is Ready For The Buckeyes

Denzel Ward

It may take a race to prove who is the fastest, but Denzel Ward may be even faster than Dontre Wilson. Ward says he came up short of a win during the Smokehouse race due to a bad jump. He was disappointed that he did not win this camp drill, and he hoped to do better than his posted 4.40 seconds in the 40-yard dash as well. Denzel Ward was smiling despite these results since it truly was an exceptional day for him.

Ward had just left the Woody Hayes Athletic Center after obtaining and accepting an offer from Ohio State to become the newest member of the 2015 Buckeye recruiting class. Coach Urban Meyer was well acquainted with his speed despite his latest running performance.

6/21/2014 3:32:11 PM
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2016 Ohio State Buckeye George Hill

George Hill

After three visits to the Ohio State University campus, Urban Meyer was finally successful in signing George Hill, the first high school recruit of the 2016 class.

Hill chose Ohio State over a number of top schools such as Michigan State, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Cincinnati. As a top five prospect, Hill was a hot commodity and Ohio State certainly worked hard to land the four star talent running back for the 2016 season.

6/18/2014 10:24:56 AM
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Grant Schmidt Commits To Ohio State

Grant Schmidt

Before Grant Schmidt, no player from South Dakota had ever signed with Ohio State University. His choice of schools was not the lineman's only first. He was also the first offensive lineman to join the elite 15 and he did so after just two tours of the campus. As a high schooler, Grant Schmidt stood 6 feet and 6 inches tall, weighed in at 275 pounds, and played tackle for Roosevelt H.S. in his hometown of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

6/17/2014 3:37:21 PM
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