1. Continuing to sway Raekwon McMillan.
The Hinesville (GA) Liberty County linebacker will make yet another visit to Columbus to check out the Buckeyes. Ohio State is in command position for one of the nation's best and will try to increase the gap between themselves and Alabama with another home-run visit. He is expected to stay in Columbus until Tuesday.
2. EGW to put on a show.
Every time we have seen Canton (OH) McKinley athlete Eric Glover-Williams on the camp circuit this summer he has not disappointed. The 2015 Ohio prospect has a lot of flare to his game and will be sure to provide the crowd in attendance with a ton of excitement.
Both are top 100 prospects in the nation and competed against one another at the Sound Mind Sound Body camp in Detroit. They will face off again in Ohio Stadium tomorrow night. The battle should be highly contested once again as both have the ability to play offense and defense, though both will probably wind up at cornerback at the next level.
4. Heralded 2015 QB's:
A good pair of rising junior quarterbacks are set to visit Ohio State for Friday Night Lights in Jersey City (NJ) St. Peter's Prep's Brandon Wimbush and Piedmont (SC) Wren's Kelly Bryant. Both hold multiple BCS offers already and will be slinging it tomorrow night in Ohio Stadium.
5. Cass Tech in the house:
Ohio State's surge into Michigan's pipeline school of Cass Tech continues as rising juniors Mike Weber and Joshua Alabi will be in attendance, as well as Damon Webb. Weber and Alabi both hold offers from the Buckeyes already.
6. New 2015 offers in Ohio?
Another chance for the Buckeyes' staff to see some of Ohio's top prospects in the 2015 class could result in them being convinced to offer a few. A few expected to attend that could be among the possibilities are Huber Heights (OH) Wayne safety Tyree Kinnel, Lakewood St. Edward's teammates David and Andrew Dowell, and Columbus (OH) Walnut Ridge linebacker Anthony McKee.
7. Loaded receivers group:
A few home-run threats and top Buckeyes' targets will be in Ohio Stadium for Friday Night Lights. The talented group includes the likes of 2014 prospects Trevion Thompson, Curtis Samuel, Terry McLaurin, and Lonnie Johnson. 2015 prospects Eric Glover-Williams and Flynn Nagel round out a strong group.
8. Glenville in the house:
Ohio State has always had a strong connection to Cleveland (OH) Glenville and it has continued with Urban Meyer at the helm. Buckeyes' commit Marcelys Jones has revealed the probability that he will be at the event, as well as his teammates and Ohio State 2014 targets Marshon Lattimore and Erick Smith. I would expect the next group of talent in Glenville's 2015 class to also take in the camp.
9. A lot of commits in attendance:
The Buckeyes have secured 14 verbal pledges thus far and 12 of them plan to be in Ohio Stadium for Friday Night Lights. Not all will compete but their sheer presence will be used in the recruitment of top priorities Raekwon McMillan, Curtis Samuel, Trevion Thompson, Erick Smith, and Marshon Lattimore.
10. New Commits?
The one question when an event like this is put together is if any new prospects pull the trigger, and how many. Ohio State will have three premiere 2014 prospects on hand that they would love to land in Raekwon McMillan, Curtis Samuel, and Trevion Thompson. Marshon Lattimore and Erick Smith of Glenville will also be on campus but there's no change they will reveal their intentions until much later in the process.
I would not predict any commits from the event. If there is one, I think Curtis Samuel could be the guy. I don't expect it though.