Recruiting rumblings out of Texas, updates on the D-line

Despite being in on some of the nation’s top defensive line prospects, the Buckeyes are still awaiting the first commitment at the position in the 2022 class. Could that be coming soon? There is reason to believe it could be as the Buckeyes have momentum for a top target. We also have the latest on …

Buckeyes make the cut for five-star defensive end Shemar Stewart

While Ohio State waits for its first of what will ultimately be many defensive line commitments in the 2022 class, the Buckeyes have made the cut for another top target in Miami (Fla.) Monsignor Pace star Shemar Stewart. The five-star prospect and No. 6 overall player in the Scoop100 released his top schools list on …

Five-Star DE Shemar Stewart Visit to OSU ‘Lived up to all the expectations’

COLUMBUS — Every day at an Ohio State camp there is a name or two that everyone wants to see, and on Wednesday one of those names was 5-star defensive end Shemar Stewart out of Monsignor Place High School in Opa Locka, Florida. Stewart (6-5 260) is the No. 7 player in the 2022 Scoop100 …

Revealing the number one player in the Scoop100

The Scoop100 countdown has finally reached its conclusion with the naming of the number one overall prospect in the 2022 recruiting class. Not only that, but the crew also gave out special designation to three prospects, giving them a sixth star. What went into the “six-star” designation? Which other players might ascend to that level …

Sunshine State Resurgence: Is Ohio State in line for a strong Florida Class in 2022?

Under Urban Meyer, Ohio State developed deep recruiting ties in the state of Florida, landing Sunshine State star after Sunshine State star. The list of Florida prep stars that Meyer landed while in Columbus includes the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa, Shaun Wade, and Nicholas Petit-Frere, all of whom found a good deal of …

Five-star Defensive End Shemar Stewart Breaks Down Recruitment and Ohio State Interest

DAVIE, FL — The state of Florida produces top-tier college football prospects every year and the 2022 class is no different in that regard. Where 2022 is a little different in Florida however is in the trenches where the state seems to be especially deep. And perhaps the top dog of that deep group is …

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