2022 Offensive Tackle Kiyaunta Goodwin is considered an Ohio State lean at this time in addition to be one of the top 10 tackles in the country for his recruiting class. Many raved about his performance at the Best of the Midwest Combine recently when he showed up in great form. From Charlestown Indiana, the 6’8” 300 lbs. prospect has offers from Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State in addition to 50 other schools.
Goodwin Physical Transformation
Goodwin has transformed himself physically. Over the last year he has gone from 425 pounds down to 300 pounds of muscle by changing his diet to mostly protein. He had a good Junior year and earned himself a top 280 national player ranking. Now he hopes to become the best player in the country, his senior season will be the test.
Recruiting Kiyaunta Goodwin
Offensive line coach Greg Studrawa is recruiting Goodwin for Ohio State while Doug Marrone is in charge of getting Goodwin for Alabama. Steve Wiltfong, Bill Kurelic, and Danny West all are predicting Goodwin will end up in Columbus Ohio. Last season the Buckeyes thought they had JC Latham in the current class until Alabama came in to changed his mind. Ohio State was one of the first programs to offer his a scholarship.
Goodwin might be the #1 prospect Ryan Day and the Ohio State coaches are trying to get into their 2022 class. Everyday they have been in touch with him according to reports. They currently cannot have recruits visit as the dead-period was extended recently to May 2021.
A number of Buckeye recruits have been in contact with Goodwin including Dasan McCullough and CJ Hicks. There is a plan forming for a number of 2022 recruits to get together over Spring Game weekend in Columbus for unofficial visits. Ohio State’s 2022 class in ranked the best in the country at this time with recruits like quarterback Quinn Ewers, corner back Janeim Singletary and wide receiver Caleb Burton.
Ohio State: Why Kiyaunta Goodwin is a must get for the Buckeyes 2022 recruiting class