The week started on Friday as I posted a thread on the games last weekend involving the Buckeyes’ verbal commitments. Among the top performers was Ezekiel Elliott who rushed for 222 yards and had six touchdowns in his team’s victory.
Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 222 yards and had six touchdowns last weekend.
On Sunday morning I posted my start of the week feature which last week was the latest edition of my “2013 Ohio State Offers & Odds.” In this edition linebacker Mike Mitchell had the highest odds of becoming a Buckeye, but others were close behind.
On Monday morning I posted the latest edition of What I Am Hearing. In this edition I had information on a prospect on the West Coast that has been told he has what it takes to be Urban Meyer’s version of Percy Harvin at Ohio State, the buzz on Marshon Lattimore who the Buckeyes have offered, an offensive lineman the Bucks have offered that is hearing good things about Ohio State and more.
There can be no doubt 5-star 2014 linebacker Raekwon McMillan is very interested in Ohio State. McMillan has watched all four Buckeye games on TV this season and plans to be back in Columbus for the third time later this football season.
2014 offensive lineman Steven Moss made the eight hour drive from his home in Virginia to Columbus to attend the Ohio State-Cal game. Moss has over a dozen scholarship offers and feels the Buckeyes might offer once they receive his junior highlight film.
One of the country’s top 2013 linebackers, Daniel McMillian, is planning to make an official visit to Ohio State and the Florida commitment told Bucknuts.com exactly when he will make that trip.
At the beginning of the week the Buckeyes offered a scholarship to another 2014 prospect, defensive back Montae Nicholson. The Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway star is very interested in Ohio State. In fact he has been to OSU twice in the past four months.
It was another very busy week for Buckeye recruiting and another very busy week here at Bucknuts.com. We continue our wall-to-wall Buckeye recruiting coverage tomorrow with my Sunday feature which this week will be the first edition of my Ohio Class of 2014 Top 10.