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Weekly Offer Report: OSU Stays In Mix With Nation’s Top Talent

By May 29, 2019 (12:00 pm)Football

In a somewhat quiet week on the recruiting front, Ohio State appeared in the final lists of two of the top tailbacks in the 2020 class.

Texas five-star running back Zachary Evans included the Scarlet and Gray in his final five, while Washington four-star running back Sam Adams included the Buckeyes in his top six.

Ohio State awaits the decision of Pennsylvania five-star wideout Julian Fleming, which he set for May 31.

While awaiting Fleming’s decision, which is set for Friday, the Buckeyes sent out some more offers across the county.


Ohio State offered Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic 2021 four-star defensive end Tywone Malone (6-2, 280). He is 247Sports’ No. 94 overall prospect, No. 7 defensive end and No. 1 recruit in New Jersey.

Ohio State offered Las Vegas Bishop Gorman 2020 three-star wide receiver Rome Odunze (6-2½, 185). Odunze is the No. 504 overall recruit, No. 91 wideout and No. 3 prospect in Nevada for 2020, per 247Sports Composite.

He is rated higher on 247Sports’ site, with four stars and national rankings of No. 213 overall and No. 43 among receivers. Odunze attends the alma mater of Ohio State junior defensive tackle Haskell Garrett and former Buckeye quarterback Tate Martell.


Ohio State offered Baltimore St. Frances Academy 2021 cornerback Clinton Burton Jr. (5-11, 170). He is the No. 152 overall recruit, No. 12 corner and No. 3 prospect in Maryland for 2021, per 247Sports.


Ohio State offered Pickerington (Ohio) Central 2020 defensive end Ty Hamilton (6-3, 250). He is the No. 844 overall prospect, No. 42 strongside defensive end and No. 26 player in Ohio for 2021, per 247Sports.

Ty Hamilton is the youngest brother of Ohio State fifth-year senior defensive tackle Davon Hamilton.


Ohio State offered Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon 2022 athlete Kamari Ramsey (5-11, 185).

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