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“Really, it’s just the environment,” Grace told Bucknuth when asked why he chose Ohio State University. “I feel welcome. My commitment to staying with these coaches, players and me is at home. I cannot thank everyone enough. It makes me feel that I am with them. I am very excited. I can’t wait.”
Grace selected Ohio State University from bids from Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State University, Oregon, Arizona State University, Michigan State University, Miami and other states. Grace visited Ohio with her parents for the first time this weekend.
“It’s really that place,” Grace said of the deciding factors that determined his choice of Ohio. “Come to Ohio and see for yourself. My relationship with Coach Hart is very strong. Since he offered me an offer, I have always felt like I know where I want to go.”
Day also played an important role in Grayes’ selection of Buckeyes.
“Coaching day is just an amazing head coach,” Grace said. “I talked to him and had a long conversation like we were best friends. It’s crazy to think he has time to do this. It’s great.”
In the 247Sports ranking, Grayes, who is 6-foot-1 and 170-pound, is a four-star prospect. He is the 108th potential customer in the United States, the 14th wide receiver, and the second potential customer in Arizona.
Grayes is one of the top football preparation courses in Arizona. He has excellent speed and speed, and is extremely explosive. He is a threat to home runs.
Buckeyes seems likely to sign three categories of receivers in 2022 and now has two excellent receivers Caleb Burton The man from Texas had previously worked on Ohio State University. Hartline signed a compelling group of four 2020 receivers and signed three of the best receivers in the country in 2021, including the country’s number one wide receiver. receiver. Emeka Egbuka, Now there are two brilliant talents in the 2022 class.
Hartline and Day have been talking to Grayes and other staff in Ohio for four months. Many other promises of Ohio 2022 also recruit Grayes.
“The real McCullough played an important role,” Grace said. “Bennet (Christian) played an important role. CJ (Hicks) showed up. We were talking every day. Jyaire (Brown), each of us talked about every day. I’m very happy to be with those guys. “
When Chandler was unbeaten and won the state championship this season, Grace caught 28 passes for 562 yards and 10 touchdowns. In 13 games in the sophomore season, Grace grabbed 48 passes for 883 yards and 6 touchdowns. He is also an outstanding student with a GPA of 3.6.
Grayes is looking forward to his arrival in Columbus and starting his career at Ohio State University.
“Really, I just want to be able to play,” Grace said. “That’s one thing I want to do. I want it once a year, once a day. I will work hard to be the best version of me.”
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Buckeyes’ 2022 recruiting class has made a brilliant start.They have the promise of a five-star quarterback ranked No. 1 in the country Quinn Ewers Five-star corner from Texas Jaheim Singletary From Florida, another five-star receiver Burton, Ohio’s top forward, and the country’s second outside guard Gabe Powers, Center back McCullough (McCullough), Indiana first, center back Hicks (Hicks), Ohio second, cornerback Brown (Cornerback Brown), Ohio Buckeyes (Buckeyes State) offensive wing first six Tegra Tshabola, From Georgia and Benji Gosnell From North Carolina, now Grace. This is a category of 11 early promises, 11 of which are 5 or 4 star prospects. In the recruitment ranking of the 247Sports Composite team, this category was rated as the country’s number one recruitment category.