Spring Game Visitors

Ohio State will host a handful of visitors this weekend for the Spring Game. The Buckeyes commitment list has a chance to grow.

The Buckeyes will host a handful of top prospects across three different recruiting classes at the Spring Game this weekend. There's not a shortage of stardom on this list and it could result in a couple commitments.


Dre'Mont Jones. Cleveland (OH) St. Ignatius. Four-star defensive end. The Buckeyes are still in strong position for Jones and there's a chance he could end his process this weekend. Commit watch.

James Daniels. Warren (OH) Harding three-star interior offensive lineman. Daniels admitted that Auburn lead for his services after a visit to SEC country. Could an Ohio State visit this weekend put a dent in that frame of mind?

Sh'mar Kilby-Lane. Hallandale (FL). Four-star linebacker. Ohio State has been the school Kilby-Lane has had his eyes set on since his recruitment took off. Commit Watch.


Jonathon Cooper. Gahanna (OH) Lincoln. The sophomore has already collected a handful of offers. He projects as a rush defensive end or an outside linebacker. Going forward Cooper should be in the mix for an Ohio State offer and it could happen at camp over the summer.

Nicholas Bosa. Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas. The younger brother of Joey Bosa, Nick already holds an Ohio State offer and should be a Buckeye, and it could happen sooner rather than later.


Danny Clark. Massillon (OH). Everyone already knows the story behind Clark and he'll have his first real opportunity to put his recruiting hat on this weekend.

Todd Sibley. Akron (OH) Archbishop Hoban. The star running back doesn't hold an Ohio State offer yet but is definitely in the mix for one. He has the potential to be a national recruit for his class and has already struck up a friendship with Buckeye commit Danny Clark.

Josh Myers. Miamisburg (OH). The young offensive tackle was offered on his Ohio State visit not long ago and a return trip this soon can only be viewed as a great sign for the Buckeyes.

Richard LeCounte. Hinesville (GA) Liberty County. The standout safety already has an Ohio State offer and is great friends with current Buckeye Raekwon McMillan. The word is that LeCounte is a bit more likely to stay closer to home than McMillan was but this visit could go a long way for Ohio State's chances.

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