OSU offers 2016 wide receiver

Ohio State recently sent out an offer to Coconut Creek (FL) wide receiver Binjimen Victor. The 2016 prospect shared his thoughts on the Buckeyes.

2016 wideout Binjimen Victor is becoming a household name on the recruiting trail at a very early stage. He already holds eleven offers, with the most recent being from Ohio State.

He shared how he received the news that the Buckeyes had extended him a scholarship.

"My coach told me that Ohio State had offered," he said. "As soon as they let him know they were offering me, he called me and told me about it. I was very surprised about it to be honest."

Victor discussed his thoughts on the Ohio State program.

"It was great to have them visit my school," he noted. "It's a great school. I love the offense they run. I'm excited to get to know Coach Zach Smith."

The 6-foot-4, 170 pound wideout from Coconut Creek (FL) already is anxious to make the trip to Columbus to see the Buckeye campus.

"They are a great program and I watch them on television a lot," Victor mentioned. "I like the style of offense they run and how they throw the ball a lot. Their offensive philosophy matches my game. Everything about them is great. I want to visit and find out more about it. I hope to be able to do that very soon."

"Ohio State and Clemson are the two schools I really want to check out," he added.

Victor doesn't have any leaders in the early going but admits to the Buckeyes being a major school of interest.

"I don't have any favorites or a top list but I would definitely say I like Ohio State a lot," he pointed out. "It'd be great to play for a coach like Urban Meyer."

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