Ginn Bus Tour Pulls Into Ohio State

Cleveland Glenville coach Ted Ginn, Sr. wrapped up his 12-day bus tour of football camps across the Midwest with a stop at Ohio State on Tuesday night. We have exclusive coverage of who showed up and details on the various stops on the tour. One of the key prospects on the tour was Glenville LB-DB Jermale Hines, who garnered a number of offers along the way. Click here for more.

The Ted Ginn Foundation Bus Tour pulled in for its last stop on Tuesday night at Ohio State.

Cleveland Glenville head coach Ted Ginn Sr. brought no fewer than 43 athletes to OSU to participate at the ongoing summer football camp.

Ginn's road weary bunch of campers arrived at about 5 p.m. Tuesday. This was the end of the first day of the second three-day all-position camp. The bus trippers allowed in time to participate in testing (cone drill, 40-yard dash, etc.) before joining the rest of the campers in position drills during the evening session.

Finally, at around 10 p.m., they boarded their bus to head home. Amazingly, the Glenville contingent was set to congregate again early Wednesday morning to head to a three-day team camp at Eastern Michigan.

But, in terms of the bus tour, it was over on Tuesday at OSU.

"This is the end of the line," Ginn declared. "This is the last deal."

The bus tour began on June 9 in Cleveland. Over the last 12 days, the group made stops at Ball State, Marshall, Cincinnati, Miami (Ohio), Bowling Green, Iowa, Notre Dame, Illinois, Purdue, Indiana, Wisconsin and finally at OSU.

In fact, the group arrived at OSU after a 13-hour trek from Madison – complete with the requisite traffic snarls in and around Chicago.

The OSU all-position camp was due to continue Wednesday and Thursday. The second senior advanced camp – with 350 prospects due in – was set for Friday.

Here is a look at some of the key prospects on the Ginn bus tour in attendance at OSU (look for updates on a number of these players in the coming days):

Toledo Central Catholic WR Dane Sanzenbacher

Cleveland Glenville LB-DB Jermale Hines, who revealed he had been offered a scholarship at nearly every stop in the tour with the exception of Notre Dame and Ohio State (at least not to date). Hines was timed at 4.7 in the 40.

Clayton Northmont QB Clay Belton

Lakewood St. Edward DB Diauntae Morrow

Cleveland Glenville LB Lebron Daniel

Cleveland Glenville WR Kyle Jefferson

Youngstown Mooney junior-to-be RB-LB Brandon Beachum, who was timed at 4.7 in the 40.

Cleveland Benedictine TE-DE Eric Thomas

Maple Heights QB Anthony Wright

Exeter (N.H.) Academy DB Malcolm McClain

Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit RB Mark Wooldridge

Twinsburg's Darren Branch

Columbus Brookhaven's Joshua Munnerlyn

Bedford DT Ulysses Hall

Toledo QB Sean Patterson

Glenville QB Chaz Jones

Glenville junior DL Shawntel Rowell

Cleveland Benedictine QB Najee Goode

Lakewood St. Edward RB Frank Edmonds

Glenville DB Otis Merrill

Circleville linemen Travis Lester and Joey Cooper

Glenville LB Bruce Davis

Lakewood St. Edward CB Joe Davis

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