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Per Rivals, OSU has offers out to 6 OLs and none are from Ohio--Bivin/KY, Fox/CO, Gray/DC, Pocic/IL, Raulerson/TX, and Tuley-Tillman/IL. Only Raulerson's committed. I haven't seen anything on Tuley-Tillman going to scUM but his offer list is very impressive.
Here's an incomplete alphabetical list of Ohio's 2013 offensive lineman. Offers are per Rivals. I haven't found film on all of them. Most services have Billy Price at DT. I don't see a 5-star in this class but there could be a good number of 4-stars (Lisle, Peterson, Gall, Harper, Mathie, Meadows, Welsh). OL is the hardest position to project in HS. The gap in terms of physical growth/development/maturity between juniors and seniors tends to be a lot greater for linemen than for skill positions and their abilities/technical proficiencies can be less evident on film because the camera tends to follow the ball. The camps can be critical for evaluating linemen.
1. Ryan Adams, Oregon Clay, 6-6, 325
2. Carson Baker, Fairborn, 6-5, 300, Honorable Mention SW Ohio D1. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=9745&srid=9642
3. Garrett Campbell, Cincinnati St. Xavier, 6-4, 285. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=9043&srid=9697
4. Cody Collins, Kettering Alter, 6-3, 285. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=7155&srid=9830
5. Peter Cvijanovic, Cleveland Benedictine, 6-5, 245; Most outstanding Offensive Linemen: Ohio State Football camp 2011. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=5709&srid=9656
6. Jeff Dew, Toledo Central Catholic, 6-2, 280, 2nd Team NW Ohio D-2
7. Damon Dillard, Columbus Marion-Franklin, 6-4, 335, 1st Team D-2 All-Ohio, 1st Team Central Ohio D-2. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=7365&srid=9471
8. Brandon Ehlringer, Springfield, 6-2, 265
9. Steven Ericksen, Carrollton, 6-4, 265, Special Mention Eastern Ohio D-2. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=7672&srid=9765
10. Ben Flick, Hamilton, 6-6, 265. Offer from Buffalo. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=6394&srid=9632
11. Alex Gall, Cincinnati Moeller, 6-5,295, offensive lineman of the year in Cincinnati’s GCL South. Offer from Kentucky.
12. Evan Grosel, Mentor Lake Catholic, 6-4, 310, 1st Team NE Lakes D-3, Special Mention D-3 All-Ohio
13. Doug Hardin, Williamsport Westfall, 6-5, 280, 1st Team SE Ohio D-4, Special Mention D-4 All-Ohio
14. Jeff Harper, Youngstown Mooney, 6-6, 270, 1st Team NE Inland D-3. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=9911&srid=9794
15. Chad Heineman, Trenton Edgewood, 6-3, 280
16. Chris Huhn, Pickerington North, 6-6, 275. Offers from Buffalo and Toledo. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=8922&srid=9634
17. Isaiah Johnson, Cincinnati Walnut Hills, 6-8, 290. Offers from Akron and Kentucky. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=9982&srid=9898
18. Sami Kaseem, Cincinnati Indian Hill, 6-4, 305
19. Grant Lingafelter, Chagrin Falls, 6-5, 250, 2nd Team NE Lakes D-3
20. Evan Lisle, Centerville, 6-6, 265. Offers from BC, UC, Illinois, Kentucky, Miami (FL), Oklahoma, WVU. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=7671&name=evanlisle1
21. Andrew Lorenz, Columbus Bishop Watterson, 6-4, 260, 2nd Team Central Ohio D-3
22. Diamante Marshall, Cleveland Glenville, 6-4, 335
23. Steve Mathie, Canton GlenOak, 6-5, 270. Offer from UCLA. Per Scout: Starter for GlenOak since sophomore year (blocked for Brionte Dunn). Held his own against several top-flight opponents in 2010, including Se'Von Pittman and Steve Miller of Canton McKinley. Great feet and a fine athlete. Good baseball player as well.
24. Xzavier McAllister, Canton McKinley, 6-5, 310
25. Craig McCorkle, Cincinnati Winton Woods, 6-3, 275; 1st Team all league, Special Mention D-2 All-Ohio
26. Kyle Meadows, West Chester Lakota West, 6-6, 275. Offers from Louisville and YSU. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=5805&srid=9858
27. Zach Murdock, Westerville South, 6-5, 250
28. Cole Newsome, Huber Heights Wayne, 6-4, 290, Honorable Mention SW Ohio D-1. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=6944&srid=9636
29. Lovell Peterson, Huber Heights Wayne, 6-4, 280, 2nd Team SW Ohio D-1. Offer from Illinois. Was Braxton Miller's C as a soph. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=6789&name=lovellpeterson77
30. Christian Porter, Dayton Carroll, 6-4, 275
32. Billy Price, Austintown Fitch, 6-4, 285, 1st Team D-1 All-Ohio at DT. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjbpLLKghjc
33. Frank Saban, Niles McKinley, 6-5, 290, 1st Team NE Inland Ohio D-3, Special Mention D-3 All-Ohio
34. Reggie Sistrunk, Huber Heights Wayne, 6-4, 290
35. Tracy Sprinkle, Elyria, 6-5, 260, 1st Team NE Lakes D-1 at DE; 3rd Team D-1 All-Ohio at DE (9 sacks, 85 total tackles, 5 fumble recoveries, 25 QB hurries). Offer from Syracuse. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=4628&srid=9628
36. Al Thompson, Marysville, 6-4, 330
37. Jason Tretter, Richfield Revere, 6-5, 250
38. Joe Turner, Cincinnati Anderson, 6-5,265
39. Sean Welsh, Springboro, 6-3, 275, Honorable Mention SW Ohio D-1. Offers from UC, BGSU, Indiana, Kent State, Ohio, Miami (OH), Toledo. http://scoutingohio.com/index.php/view-profile.html?task=userProfile&user=6037&name=SeanWelsh
40. Dylan Wiesman, Cincinnati Colerain, 6-4 285, 2nd Team SW Ohio D-1. Offer from UC.
41. Zachary Zamiska, Avon Lake,6-5, 275
oh wow that kids name is Jake Butt. I can hear the game announcers now "there goes big Jake Butt" "Thats one mean Butt" "No Butts about it"
Fight on, State!
Your right he hasn't gone to Michigan. But rivals & scout have said it was down to Michigan & Alabama and that Michigan jumped on him so early that they lead for him. He has already been to Michigan many times already including a visit this weekend.Not saying OSU can't get him but it will be hard since he has already said he wants to pick a school by spring.
Wont hurt OSU tho everyone is expecting them to sign either the number 1 or 2 class in 2013.
This post was edited by BlueRocks21 2 years ago
You need to chill. Take this crap to another forum.
I am ORDAINED and have a very deep understanding of the Bible.
It is called the Pauline Doctrine which 98% of all Christianity doesnt understand, because they dont bother to ever read, breakdown and study the Bible like I have.
I have been to Bible College under the Direction of Richard Jordan out of Chicago.
Grace School of the Bible and my Mentors Chris Marko, and David Reid.
GOD hates all Religion as he tells John to say in the Book of Revelation.
The Catholic Religion is a cheap imitation of the Jewish Religion.
The Jewish Religion was GOD's ONLY Chosen Religion - which he gave up on in Early Acts.
I AM A MID ACTS DISPENSATIONIST! My beliefs didnt stop with Peter at Pentacost. Read on.
The Book of Acts is about the Fall of the Jewish Church, while mainstream Christianity thinks it is about
The Great Commission. It is NOT, it is about the Body of CHRIST, and the FALL OF THE JEWISH CHURCH!
There is no more Baptism and speaking in tongues like all these Pentacostal Christians claim to do.
All you have to do is a strict reading and interpretation of the New Testament Original Kings James Version of The Bible. There is no Bigotry.
And as far as giving the Catholic Church a chance, I have hundreds of Catholic friends that have converted out of their Churches unhappy, plus dozens more that I have been to their Church with and have witnessed their rituals with, and have seen their ritual where there is NO BIBLE TEACHING!
That is not what God teaches. As a matter of fact, GOD teaches the exact opposite of the PEDOPHILES of the Back room in the Churches of the Catholic Cathedrals all over the world, and doesnt allow all the excessive wine drinking they have going on, but I am not going there.
I am just talking about the message of "THE MYSTERY", of which the Catholic religion doesnt have a clue what that even means.
And until you sir can explain to me what "The Mystery of the Bible" is in Ephesians 3, please refrain from calling me stupid; because I will go toe to toe with any human being in the world in a discussion about the Bible. ANYONE! Bring any Pastor you want to me any I will have any conversation of the Bible with him. The problem with these Pastors is that their congregation will not understand right away what they will teach them if they teach them this, because they too never bothered to read the Bible to them. There is no money in teaching them the truth. There is plenty of MONEY in making new Bibles and Bastardizing the truth. The ONE WORLD ORDER as in Revelations is about ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT,
and ONE RELIGION, and ONE MONETARY FUND. It is a very slippery slope that I take very seriously.
The Bible predicts it all. I dont need Nostradomus. He was a fraud. GOD is NOT!
So the next time you want to talk about someone being stupid and ask them what they do for a living and accuse them of not nothing anything about the Church, think TWICE before opening your mouth.
I used to think Billy Graham was saved, but nowadays, he he talking crazy. His Faith is not SEALED.
He still is talking But what if?
This post was edited by osuque 2 years ago
Not counting the inane part knocking Catholicism--and as a "recovering Catholic" myself, I am happy to contribute but agree this is not the place--I gotta call bullshit on another part of this post:
1. Dunn was not a flip. He never decommitted. Maybe he he had second thoughts as his cousin, Dymonte Thomas, worked him hard to get him to flip but he never left us for scUM.
2. Perkins decommitted from ND in early November, a couple days after we'd beaten Wisconsin and Fickell was the toast of Columbus and a month before Urban was hired.
3. Southward flipped from Miami, not Florida.
4. Who did we flip from scUM? Dunn? Again, how did we do that when he'd never flipped to them in the first place?
5. Who was the 5th flip from PSU? Spence? He was considered a lean but never a lock.
A "flip" is, by definition, getting a gut who's committed ssomewhere else to switch schools. For us to have flipped Dunn, he would have had to decommit from Ohio State and then commited to scUM. He never did that. Perkins had decommitted from ND a month before Urban was hired so he wasn't committed to anyone. And Spence had not committed to PS and given their problems, might not have, anyway.
Yes, Urban got to the game late and 9 of his recruits were flips, not 11. The Bible says, "thou shalt not lie," and twisting the truth into self-serving propaganda is a fabrication, which is a synonym for a lie.
WOW! what a list! nice breakdown & info! +1
I hope OSU gets offers out to Peterson, Meadows, Lisle for T & C
Id like to see Sean Welsh, Harper or the Peter kid from St. Benedictine for anypart on the OL.
Id really love for OSU to land Pocic or Bivin for OOS kids.
UM & OSU will both bring in top classes for 2013. Ohio is loaded for 2013, so I wouldnt be suprised if Michigan came in and got there share of top prospects in Ohio. Prolly not many top 10 prospects but they will come in and get there share of leftovers/UM leans and stuff like that.
I could see Michigan landing Jake Butt, Taco Charlton, Jayln Powell, DeNiro Laster, Jaron Dukes, Kevin Gladney, Michael McCray IF osu dosnt offer any of them. I think if OSU offers Butt, he will be a Buckeye. Same with McCray, Laster & maybe Gladney. Dukes wont get an offer. WR position is deep for Ohio in 2013. OSU landed 3 in 2012 & already has Marshall. They are also still in the running to land DIggs & Neal for 2012. They are currently in the top few for Shelton Gibson, & Robert Foster. I dnt see OSU offering many WR's in Ohio for 2013. There for UM will get a couple good receivers from Ohio IMHO. I also think Charlton & Powell are very interested in UM, even if OSU offered, they would have there work cut out for them.
Matt Miller in the 2013 class from St. Johns would most likely go to UM if offered.. His bro plays there. UM has there foot in the door with some prospects from 2013 from Ohio. Wouldnt be suprised if UM got about 5 to 10 kids from Ohio for there 2013 class. Gedeon from Hudson also seems to be very interested in UM. Hes got a OSU offer now, so who knows where he goes. Same with DeVeon Smith.
Agree 100%. This is a great class for Ohio, deeper than 2012, which had DE and OL out the ass but otherwise not as strong across the board. Hoke knows he needs Ohio kids to win, as does D'Antonio and they will recruit Ohio hard. So will Pelini and O'Brien and every B1G team. We need to be prepared for a lot of Ohio kids playing against us. The tradeoff has to be OOS kids who are better.
Are you saying that Illinois is expected to have 8 or 9, 5 star recruits?
The will have what we give them. Maybe Taco and Gladney if we don't want them. If we don't throw them some Ohio bones they wouldn't have a program. Embarrassing!
The state of _ichihan hs football sucks.
I think he means Illinois the state, not the university.
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