Ohio State Picks Up Commitment From Five-Star Wide Receiver Mylan Graham

By April 4, 2023 (7:55 pm)Football

Ohio State offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Brian Hartline has done it again, securing a commitment on Tuesday from New Haven, Ind., five-star wide receiver Mylan Graham (6-1, 170).

Graham is the No. 27 overall prospect and No. 5 wideout in 2024, and is the second five-star wide receiver in the class to issue a verbal pledge to Ohio State, joining Opa Locka (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna Prep five-star wide receiver Jeremiah Smith (6-3, 198).

While now a highly rated prospect, that was not the case when Graham was first offered by Ohio State after camping last summer. In fact, Ohio State was the first Division I school to offer Graham, getting a head start on his commitment that would eventually turn into that of a five-star prospect.

In addition to camping with the Buckeyes, he visited Ohio State several times this past season and was in Columbus twice this spring, including this past weekend. His commitment comes after a junior season in which he hauled in 48 receptions for 1,149 yards and 13 touchdowns.

The Buckeyes were first to the scene, but Graham ended up picking up offers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Penn State and Tennessee, among others.

Graham is now the eighth commitment in Ohio State’s class and the fourth in recent weeks, joining the pledges of San Antonio Veterans Memorial four-star running back James Peoples (5-10, 192) and Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edwards four-star offensive linemen Deontae (6-6, 280) and Devontae (6-5, 288) Armstrong.

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