Ohio State Recruits Raekwon McMillan?

Ohio State Recruits Raekwon McMillan?

Ohio State Recruits Raekwon McMillan?

Raekwon McMillan is a potential 2014 college inside linebacker recruit currently attending Liberty County High School in Hinesville, Georgia. His college tours have included Georgia State and Ohio State and he's already scheduled several more college visits before the end of the year. He's scheduled to visit Alabama's Crimson Tide, Clemson University's Fighting Tigers and the University of Florida's Gators by the end of November.

He's got a scout grade of 90 and he holds the rank of number one as a linebacker across the nation.  As a linebacker his strengths are tackling and providing inside run support. Ohio State's recruiter, Everett Withers is very impressed with this 6'2", 240 pound inside linebacker.  He is aggressively pushing to recruit Raekwon McMillan for Ohio State's Buckeyes. Of late Ohio State's defense has seen some inconsistency in their linebacker positions, so a recruit of this caliber would be a significant bolster for the team.

Has a highly sought after recruit, Raekwon McMillan will have up until February 1, 2014 before the recruiting will cease to be slow and methodical. On that day he should have decided which college he would like to attend and have signed a National letter of intent (NLI), securing his college selection and ending the recruiting process.

Ohio State needs a good linebacker and Raekwon McMillan appears to be the winner suited perfectly for their team. So far he's expressed interest in Clemson, UGA, Alabama, Florida and Ohio State. We're only a few months away from a final decision. Hopefully, Ohio State will step it up and make a final play for a much needed addition to their team.

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