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Ohio State Offers 18 Prospects After Final One-Day Camp

By June 18, 2024 (12:00 pm)Football, Recruiting

Ohio State’s fifth and final one-day camp of June took place on Monday, and there were a large amount of players who impressed enough to earn offers from the Buckeyes. Eighteen players walked out of the camp with a scholarship offer.

On the offensive side of the ball, the Buckeyes offered Brandon, Miss., running back Tyson Robinson (5-9, 185), Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes four-star running back Carsyn Baker (6-1, 195), Cocoa, Fla., four-star quarterback Brady Hart (6-4, 180) – who has since committed to Michigan – Bowdon, Ga., five-star tight end Kaiden Prothro (6-6, 210), Davison, Mich., four-star offensive lineman Ben Nichols (6-5, 315), Mundelein (Ill.) Carmel Catholic quarterback Trae Taylor (6-2, 175), Crowley, Texas, wide receiver Antayvious Ellis (6-0, 170), Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne four-star quarterback Jaden O’Neal (6-3, 200), Purcellville (Va.) Woodgrove wide receiver Connor Salmin (6-1, 190) and Alexander City (Ala.) Benjamin Russell four-star wide receiver Cederian Morgan (6-4, 210).

Morgan is the 151st overall player in the country according to 247Sport composite ranking and the ninth ranked player in Alabama. O’Neal is the sixth-best quarterback in the country and the 64th overall player. He has received 29 offers so far.

Prothro is seen as one of the better prospects in the 2026 class as the 23rd overall player in the country and the No. 2 tight end. He is also ranked the fifth-best player in the state of Georgia.

On the defensive side of the ball was Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic four-star defensive lineman Jermaine Kinsler (6-7, 260), St. Louis (Mo.) University four-star linebacker Keenan Harris (6-1, 195), Baton Rouge (La.) Catholic five-star safety Blaine Bradford (6-1, 195), Orlando (Fla.) Bishop Moore Catholic four-star defensive end Jake Kreul (6-3, 230), Thomasville (Ga.) Thomas County Central four-star defensive end Cam Brooks (6-3, 225), Watkinsville (Ga.) Oconee County three-star linebacker Zach Weeks (6-2, 200) and Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy four-star defensive lineman Elijah Golden (6-4, 260).

Bradford is ranked the 16th-best player in the 2026 class and the No. 1 safety overall while being the No. 3 prospect in the state of Louisiana. Kreul is the No. 9 overall defensive end in the country and the No. 113 overall player.

Almost all of the players offered in the final camp were 2026 prospects as that cycle starts to heat up a bit more, but the Buckeyes still have a while to go until their 2025 recruiting class is finalized as well.

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