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tBBC Jack Wohlabaugh is a Buckeye!

Discussion in 'News' started by Ken, Feb 3, 2016.

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    Jack Wohlabaugh is a Buckeye!
    via our good friends at Buckeye Battle Cry
    Visit their fantastic blog and read the full article (and so much more) here

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    Stow, OH native (Walsh Jesuit) Jack Wohlabaugh has submitted his signed his letter of intent (LOI) to attend the Ohio State University. Jack committed to Ohio State on April 18, 2015, this merely formalizes the relationship.. The 6’3″, 280 lb guard is rated as composite 3-star by 247sports and was the #17 nationally ranked player at his position.He was recruited by Tony Alford and Ed Warinner.

    There is a need for depth on the offensive line with the departures of Jacoby Boren, Taylor Decker and Chase Farris. With Billy Price returning at guard, the new “face” penciled in at left guard is R-Fr Matthew Burrell and R-So Demetrius Knox assumed to be his backup, per

    Although listed as a ‘guard’, there is a distinct possibility that Wohlabaugh will be shifted over to play, or at least cross-train as, center. He has the size and mobility and he certainly has the pedigree. His father is Dave Wohlabaugh, who played center in college at Syracuse and in the NFL for the Patriots, Browns and Cardinals. It’s not as if Dad hasn’t/won’t take Son aside to show him the finer points of ‘centering’.

    I take a keen interest in Jack’s progress at Ohio State, because I consider him a native son of western New York. His dad was born in Hamburg, NY, so there is a bit of a local connection for me.

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