2018 Ohio State Football Recruiting Prospects
- Kevin Sinclair | IrishIllustrated.comYesterday at 5:08 PM
The Irish staff kicked off a nationwide recruiting tour this week. A first stop for defensive coordinator Mike Elko was St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, N.J., home to two commitments and one top target, Shayne Simon. The Rover prospect talked to Irish Illustrated.
- Bill Greene | Scout FootballMonday at 11:42 AM
Ohio linebacker Brian Asamoah is a wanted man in recruiting circles, and he is in the process of finding the right school after backing off an earlier commitment date. Asamoah visited Penn State last weekend.
- Dale McDuffie | GoJackets.comMonday at 7:09 AM
Newton High School, Georgia four star defensive tackle Darnell Jefferies has received offers from just about every ACC and SEC school. This past weekend, Darnell visited two of those schools for their spring games.
- Jeremy Werner | Illini InquirerSunday at 6:38 PM
Illini Inquirer publisher Jeremy Werner discusses the Illini re-calibrating their 2018 recruiting efforts, discusses three in-state prospects who should earn more Illini interest and breaks down his observations from Sunday's Under Armour camp.
- Kevin Sinclair | IrishIllustrated.comSunday at 12:36 PM
Kevin Austin was one of the biggest names on campus for the Blue-Gold Game. The four-star receiver sat down with the Irish staff to get a clear idea of what his future role could be in South Bend and the kind of education he would receive.
- Chris Smith | Commodores DailySaturday at 5:12 PM
Eagle's Landing Christian Academy (Ga) 3-star Tre Douglas is one of top corner back prospects in the south region and has been high on the Commodores radar for a long time. This afternoon, Douglas released his top seven schools on Twitter and Vanderbilt made the cut.
- Kevin Sinclair | IrishIllustrated.comSaturday at 5:09 AM
Questions about where Notre Dame sits with some of its top targets are about to be answered. But what would a commitment from Kevin Austin, P.J. Mustipher, Dallas Gant or Chase Cota mean? Irish Illustrated explains how those players would change the face this Irish class.