Westerville-Central (OH) junior Nick Richardson holds offers from Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan State and Toledo. On Saturday afternoon, he visited another school he's been hearing from.
"I was at the Ohio State game versus Michigan. The game was great," said Richardson. "The atmosphere was pretty crazy. Everything was just nuts. I really liked the atmosphere. Nothing compares to it for that kind of game. It was a lot louder and packed than the Nebraska game which was the other game I went to."
While in Columbus, the offensive tackle got to talk with the Buckeye staff.
"I talked to Coach Warriner for a while. He and my dad actually played against each other in college, so we talked about that for a little while. He just likes what he's seen and wants me to stay in touch."
As for the leader of the Buckeyes, Richardson has nothing but good things to say about Urban Meyer's inaugural year.
"It's obviously impressive to do what he did; especially in his first season."
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Richardson Talks Buckeye Visit
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