Here at Buckeye Scoop, we like to get out on the road and see as many Buckeye targets or commits as possible. This past Monday we did that by making a handful of stops to high schools or work out facilities in the Cincinnati and Dayton Area.
One of our stops was to Lakota West High School where we interviewed 2022 Ohio State offensive tackle commit Tegra Tshabola. He was the second member of Ohio State’s already talented 2022 class. Last week the OHSAA allowed high schools to begin their summer workouts in preparation for the upcoming fall sports seasons. And Lakota West with Tshabola was one of the first football programs to get back in the weight room. Ohio State landed a future stud offensive tackle from the Cincinnati area in 2020 with Paris Johnson Jr. and if all goes well Tshabola could follow in Johnson’s footsteps of being a Cincinnati high school football standout to eventually becoming a Buckeye star.
In our interview with Tshabola, we discussed being back in the weight room, maintaining weight during quarantine, and how he is trying to slim down now. Along with committing during the quarantine, his efforts to recruit other targets, who he’s talking to, and his relationship with the other two commitments in Ohio State’s 2022 class Jyaire Brown and C.J. Hicks. I hope you all enjoy it and there will be more to come. Now back on the road!