As high school recruiting is in full swing now with the Dead Period coming to an end back at the beginning of June, the Buckeyes are also looking at transfer options. On Thursday, the Buckeyes saw Jackson State grad-transfer wide receiver Daylen Baldwin head to campus.
“I just left (campus),” Baldwin told BuckeyeScoop.com late this afternoon. “I worked out. Everything was nice.”
Under the new guidance this month, Baldwin was able to work out while he was in Columbus on his unofficial visit and his workout earned him a scholarship offer from the Buckeyes.
Baldwin, a Southfield (Mich.) native, played his first two seasons of college football at Morgan State where he appeared in 25 games and caught 30 passes for 333 yards and two touchdowns before transferring after the 2019 season to Jackson State.
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound prospect had a breakout campaign this spring at Jackson State. In a shortened six-game season, Baldwin hauled in 25 receptions for 520 yards and seven touchdowns.
Baldwin, who has picked up several offers in recent days, added that he has a few more trips planned but didn’t want to elaborate on specific schools at this time.