At least one player was on an official visit for the weekend. That player was North Babylon, N.Y., RB Jason Gwaltney. The 6-0, 234-pound Gwaltney appeared at OSU one day after rushing 29 times for 406 yards and a state-record nine touchdowns in a 61-14 win over Copiague.
Gwaltney remains a soft verbal commitment to West Virginia. He may also take an official visit to USC in the weeks ahead.
Atlanta Marist RB-DB Anderson Russell (6-0, 194) was also at the game, but it was unclear whether he was on an official visit.
Verbal commitments at the game included Rob Schoenhoft, Jamario O'Neal, Jimmy Cordle, Todd Denlinger and Brian Hartline.
Also in attendance from out of state was Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard LB Elijah Hodge (6-1, 215). He is the brother of Iowa's Abdul Hodge. He is also considering Iowa, Auburn, Florida State and LSU.
Juniors form Pittsburgh Woodland Hills included Darrin Walls and WR Wesley Lyons.Others in attendance included Columbus Brookhaven LB Alex Daniels and junior linemen Jeff Cumberland and Mark Jackson and DB D.J. Jones.
A junior QB from Jacksonville (Fla.) Nease, Timmy Tebow, was also at the game.
Also, Washington C.H. Miami Trace junior QB Miles Schlichter and Westerville South sophomore Rocco Pentello attended the game.
Cleveland Glenville LB Freddie Lenix and lineman Robert Rose were at the game, as was Canton GlenOak junior OL Ryan Palmer.
More names of note included Alliance Marlington junior Troy Pascley, Toledo Rogers' Peris Edwards, Ironton LB Patrick Kouns (6-2, 230), Bellbrook's Austin Spitler and Xenia's Donnie Avege.