Another day and another five-star wide receiver commit for Brian Hartline and the Buckeyes. But nobody is complaining, and nobody is taking it for granted as Ohio State has picked up the pledge of Brandon Inniss on the heels of landing the commit of Carnell Tate.
For Inniss, he picks the Buckeyes over a slew of other offers, including Alabama, instead opting for the Buckeyes and joining his South Florida Express teammate.
This now gives the Buckeyes three big-time wideouts when you throw Bryson Rodgers into the mix and there is room for one more.
What are the Buckeyes getting in Inniss, a five-star wideout and top-10 national player? Where does he fit into the offense? What does this mean not only for the position but for Ohio State’s recruiting efforts in Florida and more importantly the fertile recruiting grounds of South Florida?
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