Friday Night Lights: Visitor List

In the earlier years at Florida, Urban Meyer made Friday Night Lights the premier camp in the country, and The place every recruit needed to be. In the last few years nearly college program took Meyer's dream and made it their own reality. Ohio State will have their second FNL this week.

Friday Night Lights Visitors:

Commits competing: Damon Webb, Sean Nuernberger, Kyle Trout, and Lonnie Johnson.

Commits in attendance but not competing: Jamarco Jones, Dylan Thompson, Sam Hubbard, and Kyle Berger.

Commits going and might compete: Dante Booker, Parris Campbell, and Terry McLaurin.

2014 Prospects:

Raekwon McMillan. Hinesville (GA) four-star Linebacker. Ohio State leads for McMillan and it is a big visit, as his family will be coming along.

Curtis Samuel. Brooklyn (NY) three-star Wide Receiver. The Buckeyes are in his top five and Urban Meyer has taken the lead on his recruitment. This is a serious visit.

2015 Prospects:

Eric Glover-Williams. Canton (OH) Wide Receiver. The talented standout from McKinley H.S. camped at Ohio State in June and already holds an offer. The Buckeyes are in great shape early.

David Dowell. Lakewood (OH) Athlete. He has the ability to play a few different positions like wide receiver and corner and it will be interesting which he works out as. He camped at Ohio State in June but does not hold an early offer.

Andrew Dowell. Lakewood (OH) Athlete. He worked out at Ohio State's June camp as a running back. Both of the twins have the chance to be good enough to earn an offer from the Buckeyes.

Jerome Baker. Cleveland (OH) Linebacker. He is more of an athlete at this time as well but may ultimately end up at linebacker. Baker already has an Ohio State offer.

Tyree Kinnel. Huber Heights (OH) Cornerback. Kinnel has yet to receive an offer from Ohio State but could be in line for one. He does have offers from a few BCS programs already.

Anthony McKee. Columbus (OH) Linebacker. McKee already holds offers from a handful of BCS programs but has yet to receive one from the Buckeyes. He will be at Ohio State next weekend in hopes of earning one.

Mike Weber. Detroit (MI) Running Back. The Cass Tech standout has a Buckeyes offer and has already been to the Ohio State campus a few times.

Joshua Alabi. Detroit (MI) Running Back. Alabi is another terrific player in the 2015 class at Cass Tech. He also has been to Columbus to see Ohio State already and holds an offer from the Buckeyes.

Alex Malzone. Bloomfield (MI) Quarterback. Malzone is a prospect on the radar of several BCS programs and the Buckeyes' staff will get their first look at the signal caller. The Brother Rice product has good size at 6-foot-2 and 192 pounds.

Darrin Kirkland. Indianapolis (IN) Linebacker. He's a player that has worked out for the Buckeyes a few times already and will be back next weekend. Kirkland is a prospect to watch as he has strong interest in the Ohio State program. The Buckeyes have not offered.

Flynn Nagel. Chicago (IL) Wide Receiver. He's one of the prospects to watch in the Chicago area for the 2015 class and Ohio State has had success in the Windy City for a while. He does not yet hold an offer from the Buckeyes.

Jashon Cornell. Saint Paul (MN) Defensive End. Cornell is a national recruit in the 2015 class and holds quite a few big-time offers, including one from the Buckeyes. The visit will be his first to the Ohio State campus.

CeCe Jefferson. Glen Saint Mary (FL) Defensive Tackle. Jefferson is also a national recruit in the 2015 class and will take his first visit to Ohio State. He adds to a strong defensive line unit at the camp.

Jamel Dean. Cocoa (FL) Cornerback. Dean claims an offer from the Buckeyes and will get his first look at Ohio State. He's still a relative unknown but could emerge with a strong performance.

Lorenzo Nunez. Kennesaw (GA) Quarterback. The Georgia native impressed the Buckeyes' staff so much during the June camp at Ohio State that they offered him on the spot. He will be back in Columbus again to throw in front of the Ohio State staff.

Adonis Thomas. Lawrenceville (GA) Safety. He has the size already to grow into a linebacker at the next level. Thomas comes from the same high school (Central Gwinnett) that produced 2013 Buckeyes' signee Trey Johnson. He already holds offers from Tennessee and Georgia Tech.

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