Miami Hurricane fans won’t have to wait an extra season to see what Tate Martell can do on the football field.
After an 11-day layoff for spring break, Ohio State resumed camp Tuesday with its third practice of March at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
As the Buckeyes returned to action in their first of three practices for the week, they hosted a top in-state target on an unofficial visit.
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When former Buckeyes return Wednesday to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center for pro day from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Ohio State’s top projected pick in the NFL draft will not be a participant.
With offensive tackle Ryan Jacoby as one of Ohio State’s two four-star signees in the 2019 recruiting class from Mentor, Ohio, defensive end Noah Potter came to Columbus for early enrollment Jan. 7 as he jumpstarts his Buckeyes career.
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For its standards, the Ohio State defense experienced a season to forget in 2018. Numbers stumble into multiple different categories, but statistics in college football’s total defense (403.4 yards per game) and 51st-ranked scoring defense (25.5 points per game) told enough of the Buckeyes’ story.
While the Buckeyes are away from football practices for the week with the university on spring break, Ohio State’s action in recruiting remains a constant.
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He hasn’t been officially pegged as Ohio State’s starting quarterback yet, but the expectation is that Justin Fields will be leading the Buckeye offense Aug. 31 to open the 2019 season.
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Ohio State continued its in-state recruiting push Monday evening with a commitment from Norwalk offensive tackle Trey Leroux.
The 2020 prospect stands at 6-8 and 320 pounds as a high school junior, adding a needed boost up front for the Buckeyes’ next class.
I am proud to announce that I have decided to continue my academic and athletic career at The Ohio State University. Thank you @ryandaytime and staff for the opportunity #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/Kb41jwud23
— Trey Leroux (@trey_leroux) March 11, 2019
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