Aug 5, 2021
COLUMBUS – Many of the nation’s top defensive linemen have Ohio State as a must-stop on the camp tour with a chance to work out with defensive line coach Larry Johnson. The track record of the long-time coach is hard to compare with anyone else in terms of players put into the league in addition to collegiate success.

Johnson was a high school coach in the DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia) area before taking his job at Penn State in the mid-90s and still has strong ties with the area and it should be no surprise when players from that area make the trip to learn under Johnson, much like class of 2024 defensive lineman Dylan Stewart did on Monday during Ohio State’s camp.

Stewart is already rated as a four-star with close to 30 offers. There is no question that Stewart will play outside at 6-foot-4, 220 pounds and the Buckeyes have been able to make a comparison to a former player to Stewart that has piqued his interest.

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Scoop Family
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Jun 7, 2020
Lmbo, who isn’t? It is like the Percy Harvin role of defense, no one will look nearly as good as those players due to their generational talent.

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