Ohio State has gradually compiled one of the best recruiting classes in college football this past year. Its class of commitments, which includes 7 5-star commits, is currently rated as the second-best in the nation, according to 247 Sports.
But, the Buckeyes did take a couple blows on Saturday, after former Ohio State commits Antjuan Simmons and Tyjon Lindsey committed to Michigan State and Nebraska, respectively.
One soon-to-be Buckeye clearly took issue with one of those decision. Trevon Grimes, a 5-star wide receiver in Ohio State’s 2017 class, tweeted, “62-3,” shortly after Lindsey announced his decision, referencing the Buckeyes’ decisive 62-3 victory over Nebraska on Nov. 5.
— GrimeTime™ (@TrevonGrimes7) January 14, 2017
It’s hard to top a response like that, and it should enthuse at least a few Ohio State fans who may’ve been frustrated by Lindsey’s decision. Perhaps it will add fuel to the fire when Ohio State and Nebraska meet next. The teams’ next matchup occurs in Lincoln, Neb. on Oct. 14.
Ohio State wide receiver commit Trevon Grimes. Nebraska and OSU play the home-and-home the next three years, this year in Lincoln on 10/14. https://t.co/xdB1Ejd0gV
— Matt Reynoldson (@Matt_Reynoldson) January 14, 2017