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Ohio State signee Chris Worley won defensive MVP honors in Saturday's Ohio North-South Classic. Gary Housteau has the story, including comments from Glenville's Ted Ginn Sr.
Worley is a baller. He was my favorite player to watch in the game yesterday. He's an energy-giver, as Urban Meyer would say.
He is a complete bad ass. he was mauling players out there. All 3 of the Ohio State guys in that game dominated. Conley had 3 TD's. Our 2013 class is INSANE. Lee and Worley were not rated as high as others in the class and they are legit playmakers. I LOVE the 2013 class.
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Listen to Coach Ginn.
Linebacker. Maybe a Star for now, but he is a linebacker.
Ginn is right, he better start eating, a lot, now. Look at the second pic in the article. He better beef up those toothpicks he's standing on. But man when he does add weight, look out B1G offenses, you won't even know what train hit you!
I have thought for a long time that Worley was the most underrated recruit in this class. I think he will end up one of the ones we look back on and wonder how so many scouts and analysts missed on this kid. So glad he is a Buckeye.
Great job Gary on the Lee story as well as this one. These two look like contributors on special teams this year and prime time guys the following 3 years.
I know Gary said he has a story coming on Conley ... as well as something else special that will be a MUST READ.
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This kid is starting to sound a lot like Shazier to me, an underweight playmaking LB. I was not super excited about Worley, but after this performance I am. I am operating under the assumption that Shazier will be gone next year, so that will line up nicely for Worley!
It's nice to know that kids we recruited that were rated the lowest in our class are tearing it up at all the camps and games. Good day to be a Buckeye
Brady Hoke is one meatball sub away from being the poster child for obesity.
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