Ohio State has consistently had jam-packed lists of talented visitors coming to campus for practices, scrimmages, and weekends throughout the spring. The Buckeyes coaching staff has brought in blue-chip recruits from 22 states and three different recruiting classes since the start of March and they’ll continue those efforts during the Saturday spring game.
The weekend around Ohio State’s spring game is always one of the largest recruiting events of the year — not just for the Buckeyes, but nationally. The 2018 spring will be no different and whether the recruits are rooting for the Scarlet or Gray team, they’ll be coming to the Horseshoe in droves.
Here’s a list of visitors that Land of 10 expects to visit for Ohio State’s spring game. Unless noted, all prospects have offers from the Buckeyes.
- 2019 4-star offensive lineman Doug Nester – Committed
- 2019 4-star wide receiver Garrett Wilson – Official visit
- 2019 4-star offensive lineman Harry Miller – Official visit
2019 4-star safety Jordan Battle – Official visit– Will no longer visit 2019 4-star guard Zeke Correll– Will no longer visit
- 2019 4-star defensive end Noah Potter
- 2019 4-star athlete/wide receiver Marcus Washington
- 2019 4-star athlete/wide receiver DeMarcco Hellams
- 2019 4-star athlete/safety Ronnie Hickman
- 2019 4-star safety Jaylen McCollough
- 2019 4-star linebacker Shane Lee
- 2019 3-star wide receiver Craig Young
- 2019 3-star linebacker Andre White – Has not been offered
- 2019 3-star linebacker Tommy Eichenberg – Has not been offered
- 2020 4-star tackle Paris Johnson Jr.
- 2020 4-star safety Lejond Cavazos
While these 16 prospects are certainly an amazing start for Ohio State, it’s almost a sure thing that unexpected prospects will show up on campus as they do every year. What surprises do the Buckeyes have in store? Your guess is as good as mine, but I can confidently say that there are more irons in the fire than any of us are aware of.
Ohio State usually brings in many unofficial visitors to campus from around the state of Ohio, prospects who may not be priorities now, but will continue to be recruited by the program in the future.
Stay tuned for further updates on the prospects in attendance at Ohio State’s spring game and comprehensive coverage of the event as a whole from the entire Land of 10 staff. The Buckeyes have already sold out the Horseshoe and the crowd should be rocking for the annual scrimmage.
Among the most important story lines to watch will be Ohio State’s brewing quarterback battle between Dwayne Haskins, Joe Burrow, and Tate Martell. Urban Meyer says it’s currently too close to call between the trio and that he can’t even “name a No. 1” at the moment. Plenty of position battles will be on display during the spring game.