Springfield HS (OH) wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass may just be a sophomore, but he is already hot on the recruiting trail. On Saturday, the talented WR attended Ohio State's game against Wisconsin and liked what he saw.
"I had a great time at the game," said Snodgrass. "It was really loud there and everyone was cheering on the team. I also got to meet some other recruits, Lovell Peterson and Jesse Bray. I thought the Buckeyes played well. They just need to protect the quarterback more."
The 5-foot-11, 160 pound sophomore also got to see some of the Buckeye's behind-the-scene facilities.
"I got to see the weight room before the game. I thought it was really big."
Right now Snodgrass doesn't have any immediate plans to go to another Buckeye game. Instead he's trying to head down south.
"I want to make it to an Alabama game."
Recently, Snodgrass collected his first offer from Toledo.
Snodgrass Visits Buckeyes
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