Prospects Attend OSU-Minnesota Game

Ohio State welcomed in a large group of prospects for Saturday's game against Minnesota. A couple of surprise names at the game include Cincinnati Harmony Prep OL Mark Jackson (formerly of Columbus Brookhaven) and Louisiana WR Aaron Johnson. Click this link for more.

Ohio State had a number of prospects in attendance at Saturday's game against Minnesota.

OSU verbal commitments at the game included Nate Oliver, Brandon Saine and Donnie Evege.

Others at the game included:

Cleveland Glenville juniors DT Shawntel Rowell, OT-DT Larry Harris and WR Donnie Fletcher.

Washington C.H. Miami Trace junior LB Nathan Williams.

Dublin Coffman juniors OL Mike Adams, WR Jake Stoneburner and RB Scott Gardiner.

Pittsburgh Woodland Hills OL Mike Dykes, who had committed previously to North Carolina.

Cincinnati Harvest Prep OL Mark Johnson, a 2006 graduate of Columbus Brookhaven.

Cincinnati Elder junior TE Kyle Rudolph.

Lakewood St. Edward junior Justin Staples.

Buffalo Grove, Ill., WR-DB Rawlins Riles.

Lima Senior junior LB Jamihr Williams.

Olmsted Falls LB Cody Connare

Piqua DL Jafe Pitcock

Clayton Northmont junior OL Zebrie Sanders

Sunbury Big Walnut's Eric Phillips.

Twinsburg's Doug Furman

Canal Fulton Northwest WR Teddy Robb

Cleveland St. Ignatius junior OL Stephen Bigach.

Columbus Eastmoor Academy's Isaiah Pead.

One interesting name at the game was Baton Rouge (La.) Southern University Lab School WR Aaron Johnson. A family source confirmed that Johnson had a game Thursday, then flew up to Columbus today. He is on an unofficial visit and may come back for an official visit at a later date.

Also, Cleveland Glenville QB-LB Jermale Hines, a fixture at OSU games this year, missed the game as he took a college entrance exam.

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