Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna Prep four-star cornerback Ryan Turner arrived in Columbus on Thursday afternoon for a four-day unofficial visit to Ohio State.
The 6-0 and 180-pound Turner, who is considered the 33rd-best cornerback and No. 336 prospect overall in the class of 2022, is unable to meet with defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs or secondary coach Matt Barnes or check out the football facilities due to the ongoing recruiting dead period. But it’s an important visit, nonetheless, as he’s never been to campus and is hoping to make his college decision sometime this summer.
Turner is planning to take self-guided visits to Boston College and Clemson in the coming weeks, as well.
Ohio State, meanwhile, already holds a pair of commitments at cornerback in Jacksonville (Fla.) Robert E. Lee five-star Jaheim Singletary and West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West four-star Jyaire Brown and plan is to add just one more player at the position this cycle.
In addition to Turner, St. Louis Lutheran North four-star Toriano Pride; Mauldin, S.C., four-star Jeadyn Lukus; and Denton (Texas) Ryan four-star Austin Jordan are among the staff’s top options for that final spot.
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