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LGHL An Ohio State commit takes a page from Ezekiel Elliott, sets up All-America game TD

Discussion in 'News' started by Luke Zimmermann, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. An Ohio State commit takes a page from Ezekiel Elliott, sets up All-America game TD
    Luke Zimmermann
    via our friends at Land-Grant Holy Land
    Visit their fantastic blog and read the full article (and so much more) here

    The future is bright for Ohio State.

    The 2016 US Army All-American Bowl got off to a bit of a slow start for the East team.

    With the West out to a sizable 19-0 early lead, it wasn't certain a blocked PAT returned for two would jump start the opposition.

    But immediately after a nice catch by fellow Ohio State pledge Austin Mack, future OSU H-back Demario McCall got his chance to shine, and immediately showed Buckeye Nation what he'll bring to the Scarlet & Gray:

    Ohio State's future is bright with kids like @DemarioMccall:

    — LGHL Recruiting (@LGHLRecruiting) January 9, 2016

    Video courtesy of NBC Sports

    On the very next play, the West defense expected McCall to finish what he started, allowing the East's quarterback to scamper virtually uncontested for six.

    While the West drove back immediately there after to break things open to an 18-point lead, McCall certainly helped keep the East in it if nothing else.

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