**On The Road Again … They call it “planting the flag.” The Ohio State assistant coaches go out on the road and plant the Ohio State flag so to speak. And that is exactly what the OSU staff will be doing starting today as the Buckeye assistants hit the road for spring recruiting.
Warinner will be in Brooklyn, N.Y. He will stop at Erasmus High School to see running back/safety Curtis Samuel.
So we thought you would want to know about some big stops Buckeye offensive line coach Ed Warinner will be making today and Friday. Today Warinner will be in Brooklyn, N.Y. He will stop at Erasmus High School to see running back/safety Curtis Samuel. Warinner will also stop at Abraham Lincoln High School to see defensive lineman Thomas Holley.
On Friday, Warinner will be in Scranton, Pa., to see junior college offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor. The Buckeyes have offered all three of these prospects.
It all starts today and will continue for the next month as those Ohio State flags get planted all over the country…
**Garrett Update … When we interviewed linebacker recruit Clifton Garrett three weeks ago on Front Row Radio, it seemed like he was destined to land at Ohio State. He seemed extremely intrigued with his scholarship offer from OSU and even talked about how he enjoyed the city of Columbus.
*Where does he stand now?
*Right in line?
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