Posted June 24, 2013 on
Many Ohio State fans remember the raw speed of Chris Sanders, when he was playing wide receiver under John Cooper for the Buckeyes. His son, C.J. Sanders, is a top 2016 prospect and he recently performed at Ohio State's summer camp.
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After picking up their 11th recruit last Thursday, Ohio State Football Head Coach Urban Meyer and his recruiting brain trust stayed at full throttle and brought in two more recruits over the weekend. The Buckeyes have now welcomed QB Stephen Collier and WR Terry McLaurin.
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Collier, a 3-star prospect from Leesburg, Ga., committed to Ohio State Friday...
Ohio State will have another electric playmaker coming to campus in the fall of 2014. Terry McLaurin, a wide receiver from Indianpolis, Indiana, committed to the Buckeyes Sunday evening on Twitter. He’s ranked as the 66th best wideout in the country, according to Rivals.com.
McLaurin received offers from several other BCS football schools, including Missouri, Purdue, Iowa,...
A redshirt senior from Bedford, Ohio, Blackman is one of the guys where you may not hear his name a single time until post-season awards ceremonies. That’s right, this guy has won some pretty prestigious awards.
Having transferred from Robert Morris, Blackman is mainly delegated to the scout team, only seeing on-the-field action against Miami of Ohio last season. His on...
Things are heating up for Kettering Fairmont (OH) tackle Jeff Duncan. Check out how the rising senior performed at Ohio State's camp, as well as what other schools he's hearing from.
With Urban Meyer's second season as Ohio State head coach on tap, BuckeyeSports.com provides a look at how some of his predecessors performed in year two in charge of the Buckeyes. We begin with 1935, a season historic for a "game of the century", a Big Ten title and more for Francis Schmidt.
Ohio State accepted commitments from three out of state prospects in the past week, and all three have been on campus recently. Other than Jalyn Holmes, both Stephen Collier and Terry McLaurin earned their offers with camp showings. What is Ohio State getting with these three players?
With Urban Meyer's second season as Ohio State head coach on tap, BuckeyeSports.com provides a look at how some of his predecessors performed in year two in charge of the Buckeyes. We continue with 1942, the year Paul Brown led OSU to its first national title.
In six consecutive drafts an Ohio State Buckeye has taken the stage as an NBA draft pick. Kentucky has the next longest streak with five, and then Connecticut, Florida State, and Washington are all at four.
Ohio State's best chance of making it seven straight is Deshaun Thomas, who was an early entry into this draft. If you believe in mock drafts than Thomas has about a 50...
Three-star safety Kirk Tucker visited Ohio State last week for camp, and although he did not work out due to an injury, he did spend time with the Buckeye coaching staff.
Three-star wide receiver Terry McLaurin became the third player to commit to Ohio State's 2014 class n the past four days. The Indiana native joins Jalyn Holmes and Stephen Collier in bringing the OSU class to 13.
Receiver Terry McLaurin gave his verbal commitment to Ohio State, picking it over Purdue and others.
Speaking to reporters today at the annual Morning Sports Report, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said backup quarterback Kenny Guiton has a hand injury, though he is unaware of the severity. Otherwise, Meyer seems pleased with his Buckeyes as the team inches closer to the start of fall practice.
After a strong performance at Ohio State’s senior advanced camp on Friday, Middletown (Ohio) Lakota East running back Bobby Brown added his second offer.
If there's anything Urban Meyer has become known for in the past decade, it's how much he loves raw speed at the wide receiver position. At last Friday's Ohio State camp, sophomore wideout Desmond Fitzpatrick impressed the Buckeye staff with several outstanding plays.
Even though he was one of the younger linebacker prospects at last Friday's Ohio State camp, Woodmore linebacker Zach Sandwisch showed well in position drills. The 2016 prospect is one to watch going forward.