Prospects Attend The Game

Here is a look at the key prospects in attendance at Saturday's Ohio State-Michigan game. One of them was Florida RB Maurice Wells, one of the nation's top prospects.

Ohio State welcomed in close to 30 high school prospects for its game with Michigan.

Verbal commitments at the game included Andre Amos, Kevin Bemoll, Alex Boone, Ryan Williams, Doug Worthington, Jimmy Cordle, Rob Schoenhoft, Todd Denlinger and Brian Hartline. Kentucky kicker Aaron Pettrey, who plans to enroll in the winter, was also at the game.

Players making official visits for the Michigan game include Florida RB Maurice Wells, Florida OL Ronnie Wilson and Florida LB Elijah Hodge.

Juniors from Pittsburgh Woodland Hills included Darrin Walls and WR Wesley Lyons.

Others in attendance included Columbus Brookhaven junior DL Jeff Cumberland, Bellbrook LB Austin Spitler, Cincinnati Withrow OL Javon Davis and Bryant Thomas, Massillon Washington's Brett Huffman and Andrew Daly, Warrensville Heights DB Chris Rowell, Pickerington Central junior OL Justin Boren, Akron Garfield junior RB Chris Wells and Euclid's Darius Smith.

Also, Washington C.H. Miami Trace junior QB Miles Schlichter and Canton GlenOak junior QB Mike Hartline attended the game.

A pair of basketball prospects were in attendance: Cleveland VASJ junior David Lighty and Canal Winchester World Harvest Prep freshman B.J. Mullens. Mullens has already committed to OSU despite not playing a varsity game yet, while Lighty is one of the state's top junior prospects.

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