Remainder Of Ohio State’s 2019 Recruiting Class Arrives For Summer Enrollment

By June 2, 2019 (3:07 pm)Football, Garrett Stepien
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After six signees arrived early in January, the rest of Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class came to Columbus over the weekend for June enrollment.

The remaining wave included Buford, Ga., five-star center Harry Miller (6-4, 310); Wake Forest, N.C., three-star defensive tackle Jaden McKenzie (6-3, 285); Roswell (Ga.) Blessed Trinity Catholic four-star running back Steele Chambers (6-2, 215); Kahuku, Hawaii, four-star offensive guard Enokk Vimahi (6-4, 270); Lexington, Ohio, four-star linebacker Cade Stover (6-4, 225); Fort Wayne (Ind.) Wayne three-star athlete Craig Young (6-4, 200); Memphis (Tenn.) Whitehaven three-star tight end Cormontae Hamilton (6-2, 263); St. Louis Cardinal Ritter College Prep four-star wide receiver Jameson Williams (6-2, 170) and Indianapolis Ben Davis three-star offensive tackle Dawand Jones (6-8, 360).

Cleveland St. Ignatius four-star linebacker Tommy Eichenberg (6-3, 225) and Potomac (Md.) Bullis School three-star safety Bryson Shaw (6-2, 175) were not yet announced but anticipated to be on campus, rounding out OSU’s 17-member class of 2019.

Rutgers graduate transfer offensive lineman Jonah Jackson (6-4, 310) is also a part of the summer enrollees after he completed his criminal justice degree in May.

The incoming scholarship Buckeyes join six spring enrollees — running back Marcus Crowley (6-1, 205), defensive end Zach Harrison (6-6, 255), safety Ronnie Hickman (6-1, 200), offensive guard Ryan Jacoby (6-5, 290), defensive end Noah Potter (6-6, 252) and wide receiver Garrett Wilson (6-0, 188).

In a video posted to Ohio State football’s Twitter account, head coach Ryan Day and the coaching staff hosted incoming players — including La Verne (Calif.) Bonita three-star quarterback commitment JP Andrade (6-3, 205) and other preferred walk-on arrivals — from the newly renovated west wing of the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

“It’s kind of one of those things in your life where the end of one journey ended and the start of another one has begun,” Day said. “You’re kind of saying goodbye for a little while to your family’s home and then you’re coming into a new home. If you guys, from here on out, love your teammates and love your coaches like you love your families that you’re about to say goodbye to, then we’re going to do something special here. So that’s what we’re going to be building on as we move forward.”

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