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2019 tOSU Recruiting Discussion

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by Smudger, Jan 28, 2017.

  1. Smudger

    Smudger #ImYourHuckleberry Staff Member BP Recruiting Team '13 BP FBB Champ '14 NFL Pick'em Champ

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    Krenzelicious Sine Labore Nihil Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

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  5. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.


    The spring evaluation period allows coaches to travel all over the country in search of talent, which is why we've seen a significant increase in offers being handed out over the last few weeks. In fact, Ohio State has handed out more than a dozen in the last three days.

    One prospect who could soon join that constantly growing list is Mineral, Virginia, Louisa County four-star defensive end Brandon Smith. Linebackers coach Bill Davis recently stopped by to watch him practice, and the two have maintained contact since.

    “[Coach Davis] just talked about how freak of an athlete I was,” Smith told Eleven Warriors. “He was impressed at how many positions I can play, linebacker or defensive end.”

    The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Smith is considered the seventh-best weak-side defensive end and No. 107 prospect overall in the Class of 2019, as he recorded 40 tackles, seven tackles for a loss and two sacks to garner first-team all-conference honors. He holds double-digit offers from programs such as Florida State, Maryland, North Carolina, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia and Virginia Tech, but hopes Ohio State comes through sooner rather than later.

    “That would be great news for me and my family,” Smith said. “Ohio State has been a school I have followed for a while. My head basketball coach [Robert Shelton] played basketball for Ohio State [under Randy Ayers], plus my dad played football with [former running back] Eddie George at Fork Union Military Academy.”

    The Seminoles, no surprise, are considered the early favorite in his recruitment. Is another battle between the two programs brewing? We'll see.

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