FNL Preview: 2015 Possible Offers

The 2015 prospects looking for an offer at Ohio State's Friday Night Lights camp are lead by Baltimore (MD) wideout Lawrence Cager.

Ohio State will host their Friday Night Lights camp this week, their elite camp of the summer. The Buckeyes' 2015 class has taken shape over the last couple months and this week's event could offer more clarity on the status of the class as well.

A few 2015 prospects will be on hand that have a real chance at garnering an offer from Ohio State.

Wide receiver is still a position with a bit of uncertainty in this class for the Buckeyes. They are pursuing Van Jefferson and Christian Kirk hard, with Eric Glover-Williams already in the fold. Jefferson and Kirk will be tough to reel in, and they'll be making a conscious effort to identify other targets at the position. Two of them will be in attendance on Friday.

The first is Burke (VA) Lake Braddock wideout A.J. Alexander. He's a bigger target at 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds. He already holds an offer but will have to turn in a strong performance to be a take. Alexander fits a need by being a threat on the outside, something the Buckeyes will look to add for 2015.

Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Miami, North Carolina, Northwestern, Penn State, Virginia, and Wisconsin are among the other schools that have offered. An outstanding workout could find him in the Ohio State class.

Lawrence Cager of Baltimore (MD) is another receiver prospect that will be looking to earn a spot in the class. He fits the criteria for an outside wideout at 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds. Cager had a good few days at The Opening in Oregon.

The Buckeyes would be in great shape if they pulled the trigger on an offer.

Tight end is another spot that the Ohio State staff will make sure to monitor, as they still look to add one if they find a prospect to their liking. Coatesville (PA) senior Amir Ealey will perform under the lights in Columbus on Friday for that opportunity.

Olathe (KS) North's Josh Moore will also be there but will not compete. He'll make his way to Columbus today. It'll be interesting to see how they approach and operate in regards to him.

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