It has been a busy couple of weeks here at BuckeyeScoop as we have spent time in both Florida and Texas on the recruiting trail.

Our very own Bill Greene made his way down to the Sunshine State to check out many of the top talents from the southern part of the state as part of the South Florida Express tryout event. We also bumped into a recent Ohio State commit for the class of 2023 at the same event and got some more information on his ultimate decision.

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While Greene was working on his golf game in Florida, our Marc Givler and Kevin Noon went to San Antonio to check out the All-American Bowl, checking in on several Ohio State commitments and even a few targets who are still left on the board.

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While not everyone had the chance to play as roster numbers quickly depleted, we had the chance to check out several commits from both the East and West squads, talk to a couple of players who either recently committed or are still on the board and have a full evaluation of everything that we saw.

Was anyone better than defensive lineman Caden Curry at the event or did Ohio State’s defensive signee put on a show among the best players in the county? How did Devin Brown look at quarterback or Ohio State’s pair of receivers in Kojo Antwi or Kyion Grayes?

It is a special edition of Givs and the Bank from the road as we wrap up everything that we saw on the heels of some major coaching shakeup within the Ohio State staff.

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