GREENE'S THOUGHTS ON BORLAND: This kid committed early and was never heard from again, so we probably know less about Tuf Borland than any other commit in Ohio State's 2016 class. A check of the tape shows a player that will probably man the middle, and look to be in the mix for Raekwon McMillan's spot when he leaves after this season. Borland might not be a sideline-to-sideline guy, but when he gets his hands on you it's over. He hits hard and plays hard, which is what you expect from a linebacker named Tuf.
OSU Instant Impact: Tuf Borland
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