Anaheim (CA) Servite quarterback Travis Waller is one of the signal callers that the Buckeyes made an effort to watch throw during the evaluation period. Ohio State assistant Tom Herman has recruited the four-star from California for a few months and was able to see him perform in person for the first time yesterday.
Waller shared what he heard from Coach Herman after the session.
"It all went very well when he came out," he said. "He liked what he saw a lot. He told me he was very impressed. He's going to send the tape to Coach Meyer and he'll give it a look."
"I'll know if I'm getting offered sometime this weekend."
The dual-threat quarterback from Anaheim is rated as the nation's sixth best player at his position. He felt very confident about the way he threw it in front of Ohio State.
"I felt great about it," Waller pointed out. "It felt like I performed very well. He got to see my athleticism, leadership, and my throwing mechanics. I feel like all of those areas continue to drastically improve for me. I've got a pretty good feeling about it and I'm anxious to see if I did enough."
Waller will be back in action this weekend as he performs in the Bay Area Elite 11 and NFTC.
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