Ohio State is hosting a stacked group of prospects across three different recruiting classes for Friday Night Lights at the end of this week. Our first look takes a glance at some of the headliners on the offensive side of the ball that will be on hand from the 2015 class.
Torrance Gibson. Plantation (FL) Four-star Quarterback. I don't expect Gibson to participate in the camp but his visit is an important one. His presence in Columbus has been long awaited and the first major step for the Buckeyes in their pursuit.
Drew Richmond. Memphis (TN) Four-star offensive tackle. I also expect Richmond to only hang out at the event but this visit is another key one for Ohio State. It's his third unofficial stop to Columbus and likely the last before he makes his college choice at the beginning of September.
Josh Moore. Olathe (KS) Three-star tight end. He is one of the more intriguing recruiting situations that will be on hand. Moore will make his college choice in the near future after taking trips to Ohio State and Florida State. He won't work out at the camp but the Buckeyes will get a chance to impress him and size him up.
A.J. Alexander. Burke (VA) Three-star wide receiver. He has been offered by Ohio State and will be one of the wideouts competing to earn a real one.
Lawrence Cager. Baltimore (MD) Three-star wide receiver. Like Alexander, Cager will camp at the event to earn a real offer and would be a threat to commit on the spot if it comes his way.
Jordan Cronkrite. Miami (FL) Four-star running back. He is committed to Miami, along with three other running backs so he may be looking for another landing spot. The Buckeyes have offered and he'll want to blow them away to have a chance to be in the class.
FNL: 2015 Offensive Headliners
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