Recruiting: Ohio State Sends Offer To 2026 Tight End, 2025 Running Back Decommits From Kentucky

By May 14, 2024 (2:55 pm)May 15th, 2024Football, Recruiting

Ohio State sent an offer to Brunswick, Ga., four-star tight end Heze Kent (6-5, 250) on Tuesday.

He is currently ranked the No, 146 overall player in the 2026 class, the No. 7 tight end, and the 16th best player in the state of Georgia according to 247Sports composite ranking.

In his sophomore season, Kent caught 17 passes for 394 yards and three touchdowns, also adding 360 yards on the ground in 45 carries and five touchdowns.

The tight end currently holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Texas among others. He’s one of five tight ends the Buckeyes have sent an offer to in the 2026 class.

West Decommits From Kentucky

Philadelphia St. Joseph’s Prep School three-star running back Isaiah West (5-11, 208) announced on Twitter on Monday that he would be reopening his recruitment, decommitting from Kentucky, where he had pledged to play on March 1.

He is one of many running backs that Carlos Locklyn has been after since he started in Columbus and at this point he is favored to end up as a Buckeye after a visit he took over the past weekend. West is also reportedly setting up an official visit to the campus for the weekend of June 14-16.

In his junior season, West totaled 861 yards from scrimmage and 10 touchdowns. He is ranked the No. 503 overall player in the country, the 45th best running back and the No. 16 player in the state of Pennsylvania.

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