Sonny Styles Enjoying High School And Giving Back Before Making College Decision

PICKERINGTON, Ohio – Pickerington Central safety Sonny Styles is one of Ohio State’s top targets in the 2023 class. If you follow Ohio State recruiting you have likely heard or read his name many times at this point and for good reason. Styles is one of the very best players in the nation and he …

Scoop Insider: Growing Optimism For Buckeyes On Sonny Styles Front?

Five-star safety Sonny Styles is one of the most coveted players in the 2023 recruiting class and as an Ohioan and a Buckeye legacy, he is a very important target for the Buckeyes. Styles’ father Lorenzo was a starting linebacker at Ohio State in the 1990s, and Sonny’s brother Lorenzo Jr. is now a freshman …

Sonny Styles on Ohio State, Notre Dame and preparing for a big junior season

DUBLIN, Ohio — There will not be a bigger recruiting battle in the state of Ohio over the next several months than the Sonny Styles Sweepstakes. The five-star defensive athlete from Pickerington (Ohio) Central is a national recruit already with ties to both Notre Dame and Ohio State. Styles was finally able to get out …

Mapping Out Ohio State’s Path to Success In the 2023 Recruiting Class

We are now less than six months away from the 2022 class putting pen to paper and heading off to their future colleges. As for Ohio State, the Buckeyes already have 16 commits and likely single-digit spots left in this class. However, the Buckeyes have yet to land their first commitment in the 2023 class, …

Days After Notre Dame Visit, 5-Star Buckeye Legacy Sonny Styles Back at Ohio State

COLUMBUS — Five-star 2023 safety Sonny Styles was back at Ohio State on Wednesday, working out for the Buckeye coaches just days after a visit to Notre Dame. It was the third time he’s been at an OSU camp this month and the second time working out for the Ohio State staff. Previously he had …

Sonny Styles is an early must get for the Buckeyes

OBETZ, Ohio — The process of evaluating the class of 2023 has been a slow one across the nation. Without college camps or in-person evaluation opportunities for well over a year now, identifying the next wave of talent has proven to be more difficult than usual. A few priority targets have already emerged for the …

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