Recruiting

Class Of 2023 QB Cameron Edge On Ohio State Visit: ‘It Was Amazing’

The month of June has been a busy one for Ohio State so far, already hosting multiple camp days, as well as bringing in over 100 talented prospects on campus. While the Buckeyes are putting a priority on just finding great players in general, one of the key things they’ll be looking at during this month’s evaluation opportunities is who might be their quarterback in the 2023 class.

Cameron Edge, who spent his first two years at DeMatha and recently transferred back to his hometown Smyrna (DE), is someone that Corey Dennis and Ryan Day have been talking to a while and certainly has his hat in the ring to land a scholarship from the Buckeyes. Edge attended OSU’s camp on June 8 and also got to tour campus/the facilities–the experience was an A+ for him and his family.

“I loved it,” Edge told Buckeye Scoop. “It was great working with Coach Day and Coach Dennis. The staff showed me around before the camp. I loved it there. There wasn’t a bad thing I could say. My family and I loved it.”

While Edge didn’t land an offer after his workout, he will remain firmly on the Buckeyes’ radar.

“They just coached me up a lot,” Edge said of Day and Dennis. “They said they were really interested and that they wanted to see more game film. I’m hoping they offer after seeing more film. The visit was amazing. If they offer it means they see me as a top QB in the country and that would be an honor.”

Speaking of game film, Edge will be showing that off at his new school in his home state of Delaware. He talked about making the move from powerhouse DeMatha to Smyrna, which he announced on social media recently.

“I was just tired of being selfish,” he explained. “I always made decisions for me and I just felt selfish. It was time to do something for people besides myself.”

While I think Edge is willing to wait a bit to see if Ohio State and some others do pull the trigger on an offer, he is looking to make a decision fairly soon.

“As soon as possible,” he responded when asked when he’d like to be pledged to a school.

Edge is ranked as an early 4-star for the 2023 class as things currently stand.

(Photo via Cameron Edge/Twitter)