Buckeyes To Watch Waller Monday

Ohio State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman will be in California on Monday to watch four-star Anaheim Servite quarterback Travis Waller throw.

Ohio State still hasn't landed their quarterback of the 2015 class and the search continues to roll on through the evaluation period.

One prospect they've reached out to on a regular basis in the last couple months is four-star signal caller Travis Waller. The Anaheim (CA) Servite dual-threat runs an offense in high school very, very similar to one the Buckeyes run.

Waller holds double-digit offers and is hearing from countless other programs at this time. The 6-foot-4, 195 pound senior-to-be will have the Buckeyes at his school on Monday.

"Ohio State said they would be by to see me throw on Monday," he told Scout. "I'm pretty sure it will be Coach Herman."

"Coach Herman is great," he added about the Buckeye offensive coordinator. "I think I've established a well-rounded relationship with him."

Ohio State will visit Waller on Monday, but does he have any plans to make the trip to Columbus to see the Buckeye campus?

"I'm looking to visit Ohio State whenever I can," he noted. "It's not a case where I'm waiting for an offer or anything like that. It's alls bout figuring out the right time that works for both me and them. I plan to see their campus no matter what. They're very high on my list."

"If I go there, I'm able to compete for the starting job right away because this will be Braxton Miller's last year," Waller continued. "All Urban Meyer does is win and I love that mindset. They run the spread offense, which is a very good aspect of my game."

Pulling a kid from California for an eastern program can always be a tough chore but Waller maintains that it won't be a deterrent for him.

"Distance won't play a factor in my decision."

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