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Recruiting: Four Prospects Receive Offers After Ohio State’s Fourth Camp

By June 13, 2024 (4:32 pm)Football, Recruiting

Prospective Buckeyes have one goal in mind when they attend football camp: earn an offer. 

Following Ohio State’s fourth football camp of the summer at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Wednesday, four more were extended by the Buckeyes’ staff.

The first to post his offer was Holden Niemi (6-5, 210), a tight end from Dexter (Mich.) of Dexter High School’s class of 2027. Ohio State’s offer comes just eight days following an offer from Michigan and is his sixth so far.

Also receiving an offer was Strongsville (OH.) Strongsville High School four-star linebacker Storm Miller (6-3, 220). Miller is listed as the No. 20 linebacker in the class of 2026 and 240th overall according to 247Sports composite ranking.  

Ohio State kept up with the defensive trend when it extended its third offer of the day to four-star edge rusher Zavion Griffin-Haynes (6-6, 220) from Rolesville High School in Rolesville (NC.)

The Buckeyes became the 18th team to offer Griffin-Haynes, others including Florida State, North Carolina and Penn State. 

Getting in on the action, wide receivers coach Brian Hartline dished out his first offer on the day to the class of 2026 Messiah Hampton. 

Hampton (6-0, 170) is a three-star route runner from James Monroe High School in Rochester (NY). According to 247 Sports composite rankings, Hampton is the No. 1 wide receiver in his class in the state of New York. 

An offer was also extended to Mansfield (Texas) Lake Ridge four-star offensive tackle Felix Ojo (6-6, 285). The No. 22 overall tackle in the country impressed at camp enough to receive his 25th offer.

He has also received offers from Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas, among many others.

Ohio State’s next camp will be Monday followed by another seven-on-seven tournament on Tuesday.

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