The biggest name was likely Toledo Rogers RB-WR Fred Davis, whose scheduled official visit has been pushed back until a later date.
Another key name at the game was Erie (Pa.) McDowell offensive lineman Kyle Mitchum, who has been offered by the Buckeyes.
OSU verbals spotted at the game included Dionte Johnson, Brandon Underwood and Shaun Lane.
Other names at the game included:
Canton GlenOak DL Nick Smith.
Pickerington Central RB A.J. Trapasso.
Dayton Chaminade-Julienne junior RB Javon Ringer.
Xenia junior RB Cedric Tolbert.
Hamilton junior DBs Adam Myers and Gary Rice.
Orrville QB Tim Hiller.
Pittsburgh Gateway junior RB Justin King.
Lancaster RB Jon Carpenter, brother of OSU LB Bobby Carpenter.
Canton McKinley junior DL Antwon Hight.
Westerville South's Nick Moore.
Cincinnati Wyoming lineman Robert Brewster.
The OSU basketball program also had a key sophomore at the game in Dayton Dunbar's Daequan Cook. His teammate Mark Anderson was also at the game. Another basketball prospect spotted at the game was Hopkins County's Albert Jackson. Also in from out of state was 6-8 junior Terrell Biggs from New Jersey. The basketball program had as many as 40 players in today for its Future Buckeye Day.