Ohio State is looking for the best of the best at all of its camp sessions during the month of June, particularly at the quarterback position where they have begun their search for their 2023 signal caller.
On Wednesday, Dylan Lonergan of Snellville (GA) Brookwood took a visit to campus and worked out in front of Ryan Day and Corey Dennis. By day’s end he had landed a scholarship offer from the Buckeyes.
“It feels great,” Lonergan told Buckeye Scoop. “It’s really exciting.”
As mentioned, before camp started, Lonergan got the full campus and facility tour from the Ohio State staff.
“It was great,” he said. “I had never seen any of the campus and the facilities before. I really enjoyed it.”
He then got to work out with Day and Dennis, an experience he called “good”, saying “they are great coaches and were very easy to take advice from”.
It’s very early for Lonergan in the recruiting process, but he talked a bit about where the Buckeyes stand for him after offering, when a decision could come, and what he’s looking for in his future home.
“I think they will end up in the top 10 when it comes out in a few months,” he shared about the Buckeyes. “A decision is at least a year out. I’m looking at development, for sure. Also having a strong relationship with the coach and knowing he won’t leave halfway through my career.”
Finally, Lonergan is also a baseball star and talked about the opportunity to play both sports in college, as well as how important a future on the diamond is in his decision.
“Yes sir,” he responded when asked if he’ll play both sports at the next level. “It’s very important to me. I want to play both for as long as possible and compete in both. When it comes to my decision, definitely both sports and the coaches of both programs matter to me.”