The prospects began the day at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, where they were greeted by members of the OSU coaching staff and took a tour of the facility. They then went down the street to the Schottenstein Center to take in the men's basketball game between OSU and Michigan.
Perhaps the top name in attendance was Akron Garfield running back Chris Wells. The 6-3, 225-pound Wells is considered as the state's top prospect by Ohio High. He had just under 2,000 yards as a junior and has already said he is considering OSU, Michigan and Oklahoma.
More prospects in attendance included:
Washington C.H. Miami Trace QB Miles Schlichter
Bellaire QB Nate Davis
Cleveland Glenville RB-WR Ray Small and DE Rob Rose, each offered earlier this week by OSU
Cleveland St. Ignatius WR Rob Parris
Cincinnati Princeton OL Aaron Brown
Dublin Scioto OL Clark Crum
Canton GlenOak OL Ryan Palmer
Kenton OL D.J. Burris
Lima Senior's James Allison
Coldwater LB Ross Homan, who was reportedly offered this week
Cincinnati Withrow DE Kallen Wade and CB Robert L. Williams
Pickerington North OL Justin Boren, also reportedly offered already by the Buckeyes.