It's not too early to begin looking ahead to the 2019 Ohio State recruiting class, and there's no doubt the Buckeye staff is doing exactly that at this time.
One of the top in-state prospects for 2019 is Cincinnati Anderson guard Zeke Correll, and he holds several scholarship offers, including one from Ohio State.
Correll was at the Ohio State camp on Tuesday, and showed the skill set that has landed him a double digit offer list to date.
"It was great working out with Coach Stud (offensive line coach Greg Studrawa) at camp," Correll stated. "I told him some things I thought I did wrong and what I needed to work on, and he said the same exact things."
"He told me to not let people get inside and to always keep my feet moving," he added. "Ohio State is way up there for me, top five for sure, but I don't have a real list or anything. I have 11 offers right now."
"I want to come back for the Friday Night Lights camp," he continued. "My relationships with the coaches has gotten better since I was offered, and I feel very comfortable here. I'm hoping to keep building that relationship over the next year."
Look for Correll to receive a bump in the rankings once camp season is completed in June, as he has clearly shown himself worthy of a lofty ranking.