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2020 In-State Players to Watch

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by Krenzelicious, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. HotMic

    HotMic Mr. so-and-so Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Luke Lachey visiting today per Kurelic. Definitely think there’s a chance he gets an offer.
    mendensa and brodybuck21 like this.
  2. HotMic

    HotMic Mr. so-and-so Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Surprised this offer hasn’t happened yet
  3. HotMic

    HotMic Mr. so-and-so Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

  4. HotMic

    HotMic Mr. so-and-so Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

  5. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

  6. BTSBuckeye

    BTSBuckeye Sophmore

    Great place for Lachey to land.
  7. buckeyebri

    buckeyebri It’s A Beautiful Day

    It is, they use the TE well. The announcers already have their story written for the next time they play tOSU and Lachey makes a play.
  8. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    FWIW here is Eleven Warriors' opinion.....Lachey is best known to Ohio State fans as the son of former Buckeye tackle Jim Lachey, but Lachey has also been in recruiting discussions lately because he competed with Cincinnati tight end Joe Royer for an Ohio State during the Buckeyes’ one-day camp June 6.

    Royer received his offer the next day and then committed to Ohio State on July 2.

    With Iowa’s recent success in developing tight ends – T.J. Hockenson and Noah Fant were both selected in the first round of the NFL Draft in April – some fans are concerned turning Lachey away might come back to hurt Ohio State. Seeing both tight ends compete in the camp June 6, it was fairly obvious that Royer was the most immediately prepared tight end for the Power Five level.

    With that said, Lachey has the potential to develop into a productive pass-catching tight end. He just doesn't bring the versatility to block from the tight end position that Royer offers.
    brodybuck21 likes this.

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