Last week, a group of St. John Bosco athletes flew from California to Columbus to participate in the Buckeyes one-day camp, check out the facilities and meet the coaching staff. 

The members of the Braves secondary were so impressive at the Ohio State camp that multiple players left with offers from Ohio State.

One of the talented prospects that earned an offer from the Buckeyes was 2023 four-star defensive back prospect Jshawn Frausto-Ramos. He was excited for the offer, especially because of the Buckeyes history of producing elite corners.

“I was very excited about the offer, especially the production of cornerbacks that Ohio had in the past,” he said. “I really enjoyed my time in Ohio – I will definitely come back.”

Coach Matt Barnes was the coach that extended the offer to Frausto-Ramos after an impressive and competitive camp. He said that he felt that Barnes was impressed with his skill set – specifically his breaks, aggression and transition.

In addition to speaking with Barnes, he got the opportunity to chat with coach Kerry Coombs and head coach Ryan Day, and was impressed with both coaches.

“It was amazing talking to Coach Coombs – he gave me a few tips to add to my craft,” he said. “I can tell coach Day is a very good coach by the way he was talking to us. You can tell he’s all about the kids and he’s very knowledgeable.”

Like his teammate R.J.Jones, Frausto-Ramos recently transferred to St. John Bosco from Alemany High School in Mission Hills, CA. Distance is not a factor for him and Ohio State is in a good spot at this point in his recruitment. 

“I am ready to leave home,” he said.”I would say Ohio State is for sure in my top schools.”

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