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Jacksonville Trinity Christian Safety Ben Edwards Decides To Join Ohio State

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After intensively mulling over his decision, Ben Edwards decided to accept the enrollment offer from Ohio State. In 2015, he will be one of many players that will form the draft division for this team.

He revealed his decision on Tuesday after going with his gut feeling. His close relationships with coach Tim Hinton and co-defensive coordinator coach Chris Ash influenced his decision as well.

During a conversation with reporters, he let the public know about his weekly conversations with these coaches. Edwards used the word "great" to describe these trainers, and he also stressed how they were anxiously waiting for him to commit to their team.

His style of play apparently left an impression on these coaches, which is why they want him to play as early as possible. Edwards believes his chances of winning a championship with this team is great, and he looks forward to being on the team when they accomplish this goal.

North Carolina, Stanford, and Auburn expressed their interest in this highly-recognized player as well.  He ranks in the 32nd position on the Sentinel's list of Florida's top 100 players. The 6-foot safety weighing 196 pounds chose the Ohio State football team after careful deliberation. His present relationship with the coaching staff prompted him to make the sensible choice.

Jacksonville Christian Trinity is a strong team comprised of high ranking players and committed hopefuls. They recently won their second straight Florida Class 3A title, and they are on path to win this title for a third time. With strong players like linebacker Jeffery Holland and running-back Jailn Buie, this feat is definitely obtainable for this team.

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