Stevens was joined at practice by Lexington head coach B. J. Payne. He talked about his views on his day at Ohio State.
"We had a great time at practice," Stevens said. "They're getting ready to play for the national championship and you could feel the excitement in the air. I watched the O-linemen mostly. I know coach Bollman pretty well and I think he's a great guy and a great offensive line coach. I could see myself playing for him, if given the opportunity. I learned a lot today watching those guys work"
This was not the first trip to Ohio State for Stevens. He talked about his previous visits to Ohio State and a few other schools.
"I attended the Ohio State game against Bowling Green," Stevens explained. "The atmosphere is always super at OSU. I also went to Michigan for the Ball State game. The only other school I visited was Louisville for the West Virginia game. Those three schools would be my favorites at this time."
Lexington head coach B. J. Payne spoke about Stevens' strengths as a player.
"He's a big kid with great feet," Payne noted. "Marc has room to add more weight to his frame. He played tackle for us, but he's probably going to play guard at the next level. He can pull and trap exceptionally, and his pass protection is very good. He's developed a nasty attitude over the past year and he was a true leader for us."
"Marc Stevens is a better player than Ryan Palmer was at the same point," Payne said. "Marc is a better run blocker by far, and they're about even in pass protection. Marc is a hard working kid and he wants to get better. I think he will."