Recruiting Outlook is a weekly series on Buckeye Sports Bulletin designed to be your one-stop shop for all news related to the Ohio State football recruiting trail.
- Ohio State 2021 five-star running back commit TreVeyon Henderson continued his Twitter recruiting ways, after the Buckeyes were included in the top five of five-star offensive lineman Tristan Leigh, writing “You know where home is brodie I don’t have to say too much. Just watch.”
- Ohio State 2021 four-star running back commit Evan Pryor also reached out to Leigh after the Buckeyes made his top five on Twitter, posting “My dawg. You know what’s up.”
- Steilacoom, Wash., 2021 wide receiver target Emeka Egbuka, who is the No. 1 wideout in the nation, posted a video of him catching a touchdown in practice, writing “Season postponed till March, I’m still coming for my records.”
- Chicago St. Rita 2022 wide receiver Kaleb Brown picked up an offer from Alabama. He is the No. 6 wideout and No. 38 overall recruit for 2022, and Michigan is the favorite to land him.
- Portland (Ore.) Westview 2022 wide receiver Darrius Clemons received an offer from Washington and Notre Dame. He is Oregon’s No. 1 recruit and ranks No. 158 overall nationally and No. 19 at wide receiver.
- Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei 2022 wide receiver C.J. Williams received an offer from Virginia. Williams is the No. 7 wide receiver and No. 55 overall prospect nationally.
- Ohio State offered Danvers (Mass.) St. John’s Prep 2023 athlete Joenel Aguero. He is a 6-foot, 170-pound wide receiver and defensive back.
- Fairfax, Va., 2021 five-star offensive tackle Tristan Leigh included Ohio State in his top five, along with Alabama, Clemson, LSU and Oklahoma. Leigh in the No. 11 player in the country and the No. 3 offensive tackle.
- Leigh’s younger brother Aidan picked up an offer from the Buckeyes. Aidan is a tackle in the class of 2023, who holds offers from Maryland, OSU and LSU.
- Ohio State extended offers to two more 2023 offensive linemen: Orlando, Fla. tackle T.J. Shanahan, and Tampa, Fla. tackle Clay Wedin. Neither player is ranked yet, but both hold offers from more than 15 schools and are expected to be top tackles in the class.
- Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy four-star defensive end Tunmise Adeleye, an Ohio State commit, went to Twitter to talk about his feelings about potentially missing out on official visits due to COVID-19. “First no opening, now no official visits? Everything I dreamed about growing up stripped away slowly,” he said in the tweet.
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