Two weeks ago, we introduced in detail the most needed positions in the class of 2022 after the Buckeyes trained 10 top American talents in this cycle.
Last week, we also looked at the remaining top 10 goals for the class, which is a dotted list of five-star, blue-chip players and underestimated technical talents.
But in the 2022 cycle, who is most likely to be the prospect of the next horse chestnut? We try to predict who is most likely to be a member of the next class. It’s important to note that many potential promises (and anyone not on the list) largely depend on whether the player can visit the campus in the spring or summer.
Except for the first guy, there is no special order…
We spent a lot of time discussing Grace̵
Ohio State University already has a five-star Caleb Burton (Caleb Burton), if you add Grace, this will give Brian Hartline (Brian Hartline) a great two-person group to start classes. (And only added the way the horse chestnut has been expanding the receiver location in the 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 cycles.)
Kojo Antwi is the next prime-time player that the Buckeyes will be engaged in, although I said a long time ago that it is difficult for them to pull him out because of Georgia’s support for him. SEC country. Kaleb Brown and CJ Williams are the other two main targets.
The four-star Georgia campaign was very frustrating (as it should be), and (non-self-guided) visits were once again postponed until at least June 1. He is likely to visit Columbus on the weekend of April. Ranked 16th in Buckeye Bash 2.0 (our nickname, patent pending) led by CJ Hicks / Dasan McCullough. This visit will greatly contribute to his potential commitment to Ohio. Ugh.
Alston may still visit before making a decision, but if he wants to visit in the spring, he will now have to take a self-guided tour of Ohio State University or any other campus of his choice. I hope he can wait until after June 1st to make a decision, but if he goes to Columbus in the next two or three months, I will arrange a private crystal ball for Tony Alford, Let him climb one of his positions to that location.
Jordan is a four-star cornerback at Ryan High School in Texas. He recently ranked Buckeyes in the top 10.
Top 10 (recruitment 100% open) @VisualsWinning pic.twitter.com/6OSHqVPKlR
-Austin Jordan (@ezmoneyaust) February 15, 2021
I think Ohio State University will wait for Jordan to show them more with his offseason tapes and his high school season tapes and learn more about him. But I do think that Ohio State University is close to Jordan’s top spot, and the Buckeyes seem to stand out in the contest between Will Johnson and Denver Harris. Maybe they are Jordan and my classmates in Toriano. The corner kick made a bigger push for Pride and Ryan Turner (Ryan Turner).
Like Antwi, the prospect of winning the Peach Blossom State will be difficult for the Buckeyes, especially because they have not made an offer for a long time. In other words, a four-star defensive tackle from Cedar Grove (Georgia) put Larry Johnson (Larry Johnson and Co.) on the final list of schools. Before joining Ohio State University, he was among the top Five.
-Christen Miller (@ Trenchking2) February 18, 2021
Part of the reason I included Miller on this list is that he is the only one of the five who publicly promised a date, and that date (April 4) is fast approaching. If he chooses to return it to Ohio State University for more time to establish a relationship with him and conduct more visits, I would not be surprised. The bulldog is still sitting in the driver’s seat, but we will see if Day, Johnson, and district recruiter Al Washington can make big and quick moves here.
Unclear rumors are that IMG (Florida) academy’s three-star offensive tackle-recently moved from the Buckeyes defensive end of Comonta Hamilton’s alma mater Whitehaven (Memphis) to the Bradenton hub-hope will My name is locked in the class. But there may be some obstacles until the visit can be made.
If Bah adds “Buckeye commit” next to his name, it will give Greg Studrawa and Kennedy Cook a huge player (6 feet 6 feet, 325 pounds) to increase the largest remaining demand of the course in the course. However, he will also be a potential customer for development, and Buckeye will still need to add a senior talent to this position. First is Kiyaunta Goodwin, then people like Zach Rice and Kam Dewberry.
Reward: Luke Montgomery, Brennan Vernon
Sonny Styles of Pickerington Central is not on this list because I think there is more work to be done in the course of 2023 compared to other top performers Montgomery and Vernon in Ohio.
However, Montgomery, a potential player on the offensive line of Findlay, may be in the top 150 (considering his huge potential, the top 150 will be at the low end), and Mennon’s five-star defensive end, Vernon, looks like Is locked. This is over like a horse chestnut. At some point.
“I love Ohio,” Montgomery told Eleven Warriors Soon after Ohio State University made its offer last week. “Coach Stud, he grew up in Fostoria, 20 minutes away from me. I was born in Columbus. I lived there for about a year and still have family in Columbus. I am very familiar with this area. I go there often. I like the campus. Obviously there are many scholars there.”
At the same time, Vernon should rank second in the spike defensive lineup developed by Johnson compared to Nick Bosa. Like Jack Sawyer, the five-star Pickerington North star in the 2021 cycle, the Buckeyes have an excellent defensive end in their backyard. They have liked scarlet and gray since they were young.
Ohio has an absolute defensive class in 2023, with a potential five-star safety style, Vernon and a four-star guard/safety Trevor Carter from Ironton. If Montgomery wants to insist on the defensive end of the main attack on Findlay before Fendilai plays, then he will also be included in this group.
Either way, Montgomery and Vernon will eventually (according to my predictions) bring a huge one-minute blow to the state in Ohio. If the Buckeyes add style to the group, the program will The state’s surrender is absolutely zero for recruiting top state talents from the 2021 and 2022 grades.