Recruits Attend Michigan State Game

Ohio's top prospect, Glenville's Ted Ginn Jr., and many others in attendance as Buckeyes tackle Spartans.

There were a number of prospects in attendance for Saturday's Big Ten showdown with Michigan State.

Ellsworth C.C. punter David Lonie was making an official visit this weekend.

With the Ohio high school regular season over, a number of OSU's verbal commitments were at the game. They included: Sirjo Welch, Marcus Freeman, Shaun Lane, Erik Haw and Dionte Johnson.

Plus junior verbal Jamario O'Neal from Cleveland Glenville was also in attendance.

Miami Krop line prospect Chris Rutledge. The 6-7, 278-pound Rutledge has offers from East Carolina, Maryland, Rutgers and South Florida. He is also looking at OSU, Florida and Florida State.

Butler Area line prospect Nick Hartung

Toledo Central Catholic line prospect Chris Dyko and his teammate Nakib Roberts

Georgia running back Darius Walker.

Canfield punter Justin Kucek

Canton GlenOak junior athlete prospect Brian Hartline

Cleveland Glenville WR-DB Ted Ginn Jr. (Ohio's top senior) and teammates Curtis Smith (junior LB) and Freddie Lennix (junior DB-WR).

Columbus Walnut Ridge RB Gary Russell

Washington C.H. Miami Trace sophomore QB Miles Schlichter

Cincinnati St. Xavier's Robby Scheonhoff

Pickerington Central RB-DB A.J. Trapasso

Huber Heights Wayne junior WR Greg Orton

Canton McKinley junior DL Antwon Hight

Also, OSU basketball verbals Josh Duncan and Matt Terwilliger attended the game and helped welcome Cincinnati Princeton's Ross Morin, a 6-7 wing judged as Ohio's third-best junior.

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