OSU Welcomes Prospects For MSU Game

Maryland linebacker Navorro Bowman was among a trio of prospects who are making official visits to Ohio State this weekend for the Michigan State game. Here is a look at prospects at the game.

Ohio State welcomed in three players for official visits for Saturday's game with Michigan State. They are Maryland linebacker Navorro Bowman, New York defensive end McKenzie Mathews and Pennsylvania wide receiver Wesley Lyons Jr.

Bowman also has visited Penn State and will see Virginia Tech and Tennessee down the line. Florida and North Carolina may also be in play.

Mathews also plans to visit Michigan, though he has not been offered by UM to date. He does have offers from Alabama, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Rutgers and Syracuse.

Lyons, the brother of OSU sophomore receiver Devon Lyons, visited West Virginia previously. He also has offers from Minnesota and Oklahoma. He is also interested in Boston College, Iowa, Louisville and Miami (Fla.).

Verbal commitments in attendance included Tyler Moeller and Jake Ballard.

Others in attendance included:

Clayton Northmont junior QB Clay Belton

A contingent from Cleveland Glenville, including Bryant Browning, Arvell Nelson, Royce Adams, Jamelle Hines and Berchard Hines.

Westerville South junior QB Rocco Pentello

Hamilton TE-DL Charlie Hatcher

Copley safety David Arnold

Greenfield McClain two-sport standout Dante Jackson

Dover WR Dan Ifft (6-3, 175)

Warren Harding junior Dan Herron (5-10, 190)

Columbus Brookhaven WR Jeff Cumberland

Alliance junior QB-S Charles Baab (6-0, 185)

Gahanna-Lincoln RB Anton Robinson

Monaca (Pa.) Center junior OL Evan Blankenship (6-4, 290)

Warrensville Heights junior LB Lebron Daniels (6-1, 223)

Washington C.H. Miami Trace sophomore LB Nathan Williams (6-4, 235)

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