NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – The Cleveland Glenville high school pipeline to Ohio State was one of the most sure things in college football up until the point that it seemed that the Tarblooder pipe ran out of talent.
That is not the case any longer a Ted Ginn Sr. has seen more than a few young players come up through the ranks of his program and that talent was on display at the Best of the Midwest Combine on Monday morning in suburban Indianapolis.
The Buckeyes already have an offer out to one young player and Ohio State has also taken a strong notice linebacker Arvell Reese.
The class of 2023 Tarblooder checks in at 6-foot-3, 210-pounds but looks bigger as the question is already out there if he is a linebacker at the next level or may slide down to the defensive line.
“(I am) probably like an outside linebacker coming off the edge, standing up,” Reese said.
Reese is already hearing from the Buckeyes as he is still early in the recruiting process and...