Myers Returned To Ohio State For FNL

Josh Myers doesn't have to spend much time on the camp circuit anymore as a five-star prospect and Ohio State pledge, but the 2017 offensive tackle took part in Friday Night Lights and told reporters why afterward.

If it seemed like there was a parade of cars heading up I-675 and then east on I-70 last night toward Columbus, there probably was.

Five-star 2017 offensive tackle Josh Myers lives just south of Dayton in Miamisburg and brought the whole family with him to Friday Nights Lights in Ohio Stadium last night, and the Ohio State pledge said he had a great time.

"It was just a lot of fun," he said. "I got to work with some guys that are also committed. It was just a great atmosphere in there. I think what stood out was the tempo of hte camp and how they run things here. I think it shows why they are the way they are."

Myers was one of the most sought-after prospects in his class before picking the Buckeyes in January, and he's currently rated the No. 15 prospect in the entire class of 2017, making him the highest rated of a star-studded class for the Buckeyes.

As such, he didn't have to take part in Friday Night Lights, but he did so to work with OSU offensive line coach Ed Warinner.

"It was awesome," Myers said. "That's the reason I was here was to get working with Coach Warinner, just to learn and get better."

To hear more about Myers' experience in the Horseshoe, see the above video.

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