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I've read other places, outside of Coombs, OSU has had little contact with Marshall, and Marshall said he has had none from Urban Meyer.
Think it is safe to say with other WSDE's OSU is in on for 14, and some LB's that could move down as well like Perry, Meyer is not putting a lot of effort into this one.
Probably MSU bound as it is, unless USC offers.
OSU seems to be full court pressing WSDE's like Jayln Smith and Hendrix now.
This post was edited by ohiost83 on 5/3/2013 at 7:25 AM
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Good news that Bill K. verified, elite 2015 Virginia DT Settle got an OSU offer. UNC and UVA had offer, as did Bama and Wisky. Kid just tore up a big southern camp, and Settle has admitted he is a big fan of OSU. OSU was #1 or tied for #1 with UNC (who offered him first) before they even offered. He noted how impressive Meyer's first year was going 12-0.
Full court press and get Settle, we got a Hankins type DT for 2015.
On the Meyer not contacting Marshall, it is pretty well documentated at Florida and OSU, when Meyer wants you, he takes it personal with a lot of his own phones calls and later visits. Not the case with Marshall.
OSU needs Steve Miller to step up and play to his potential the next two years, he does that with Spence and Lewis coming in, plus Perry, we should be able to cherry pick a few WSDE's in 2014 like a Jayln Holmes type.
Booker could grow into a WSDE as well.
This post was edited by ohiost83 on 5/3/2013 at 9:00 AM
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