More Of National Signing Day 2005 In Pictures

In case the first batch of photos from signing day weren't enough for you, then here's a few more to give you an even better picture of what the day was like while traveling from school to school in Northeast Ohio that day.

Mike Hartline, Brian's younger brother, will be a top recruit in not only Ohio next year but in the country as well.

Brandon Long, also from GlenOak, and his parents celebrated his signing with Michigan State. He'll join GlenOak grad Nick Smith who OSU passed on last year at MSU.

Nice catch Brian! Brian's girlfriend Lisa was also there to celebrate her man's official day.

Curtis Smith signed with Cincinnati.

Tim Conner inked with Eastern Michigan.

There were 12 Tarblooders in all who signed on the dotted line that day.

Mrs. Ginn was proud to share the special day with her son Jamario and Freddie Lenix.

Media members of all medium were there to cover the signing.

Rob Rose was offered a scholarship by Jim Tressel on signing day.

And so was Ray Small.

Coach Ginn was burning up the phone lines and the fax lines that morning.

Terry Robiskie, Brian's dad, spoke glowingly about Ohio State and gave his stamp of approval to his son.

Alex Boone would love to see his teammate and friend Joe Thomas follow him to OSU next year. Thomas played right guard next to Boone and actually looks small at 6-5, 285 next to him.

The day wouldn't have been complete without stopping off to visit next year's top recruit, Chris Wells from Akron Garfield who just happened to be in the weightroom working out.

And these two Buckeye fans pictured with Lawrence Wilson, Adam (left) and Joe, had a front row seat the entire day.

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