Ton Of Prospects Attend OSU-Texas Game

Ohio State welcomed a host of prospects for football and men's basketball for Saturday's huge showdown with No. 2-ranked Texas. Click here for more.

Ohio State welcomed three football prospects on official visits and a host of others on unofficial visits for Saturday's big nonconference match-up with No. 2-ranked Texas.

Players making official visits included Florida DE Steven Wesley, Maryland DB A.J. Wallace and Cincinnati Princeton OL Aaron Brown. Brown came down to Columbus to begin his visit after playing in an afternoon game at Shaker Heights, a game Shaker Heights won 46-39.

OSU verbal commitments at the game included Jake Ballard, Kurt Coleman, Chris Wells, Connor Smith and Ross Homan.

Players on unofficial visits included:

Cincinnati Colerain LB Tyler Moeller

Lakewood St. Edward's Nate Oliver

Indianapolis Warren Central RB Darren Evans

North Central's Ernie Lee

Akron Garfield's Cortez Jones

Macedonia Nordonia junior RB-DB Jordan Mabin

Clayton Northmont junior QB Clay Belton

Detroit Cass Tech junior OL Joseph Barksdale and teammate Zach Easterly

Lake Highland Prep's Mike Brewster

Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas' Kendall Washington

Huber Heights Wayne junior Donnie Evege

Youngstown Cardinal Mooney's Derrell Johnson

Toledo St. Francis' Josh Oglesby

Tusky Valley OL Jake Miller

Hudson OL Bill Nagy

Xenia's Martin Channells

Columbus Brookhaven's Mark Jackson and Jeff Cumberland

Washington C.H. Miami Trace's Miles Schlichter and Nathan Williams

Bedford Chanel's Cameron Wade

Cincinnati LaSalle junior DL Ben Martin

Westerville South junior QB Rocco Pentello

Massillon Washington juniors Brian Gamble and Andrew Dailey

Cleveland Glenville standouts Royce Adams, Bryant Browning, junior Jermale Hines and Arvell Nelson

Anderson OL Mark Wetterer

Pittsburgh Woodland Hills WR Wes Lyons Jr.

McAllen (Texas) Memorial junior RB Bradley Stephens

Basketball Prospects

All four of OSU's basketball verbal commitments made unofficial visits as Greg Oden, Mike Conley, David Lighty and Daequan Cook attended the game. Also in attendance was key junior prospect Kosta Koufos of Canton GlenOak.

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