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Recruiting Board(Updated:3/30/14)

Posted: 8/6/2007 6:18 PM

Recruiting Board(Updated:3/30/14) 


Listed below are Ohio State's commitments and recruiting targets.

Offense:

QB:
Miller - Sr. **** 6'2, 215 elite agility/quickness, good speed, great release quickness, arm strength
Jones - So. *** 6'5, 250 strong arm, good poise in the pocket
Barrett - Fr. **** 6'1, 225 quick release, good arm strength, good acceleration, good speed
Collier - Fr. **** 6'3, 215 tough, physical runner with an above average arm
Clark - HS So. ***** 6'4, 200 big, athletic QB with a lot of upside
Murray, Nunez, Wimbush, Gibson

RB:
Elliott - So. **** 6', 225  strong, speedy runner with good balance, good vision
Samuel - Fr. ***** 6', 200 great speed, quickness and elusiveness, very good cutting ability

Smith - Sr. **** 6'3, 235 good breakaway speed, good vision

Dunn - So. **** 6', 220 great tackle breaking ability
Ball - So. **** 6'1, 225  great balance, vision, toughness

Harris, Patrick, Jamabo, Samuel, Weber, Griffin, Brown, Warren, Love, Simmons, Frasier, Baker

H:

Wilson - So. ***** 5'10, 190 versatile player with great speed, agility and vision
Marshall - Fr. ***** 5'11, 205 excellent quickness, vision and speed, hybrid WR/RB type
McLaurin - Fr. **** 5'11, 195 fast, smooth runner, elite athlete, good vision
Campbell - Fr. **** 6'1, 195 great elusiveness, quickness, balance, vision

Glover-Williams - **** 5'10, 180 very good speed and quickness, excellent acceleration
Christian, Kirk, Hines, McCloud

X:
Thomas - So. **** - 6'3, 210 great leaping ability, good body control
Spencer - Sr. *** 6'2, 205 good blocker, good hands
Green - Jr. **** 6'5, 220 great leaping ability, good hands in traffic
N. Brown - Fr. ***** 6'2, 220 very powerful runner, elite tackle breaking ability
Epitropoulous - So. 6'1, 205 deceptively fast long strider
Burt, Peete, Mollette, Campbell, Locksley, Cain

Z:
D. Smith - Sr. **** 6'1, 200 "spectacular catch" type receiver, deceptive speed
C. Smith - Jr. **** 6'1, 195 developed, smooth route runner, fast, fluid athlete
Dixon - Fr. **** - 5'11, 200 explosive athlete, polished receiver
Clark - Fr. **** 5'10, 190 elite acceleration and speed, great vision
Lodge, Silverand, Jefferson, Morgan, Ridley

TE:
Heuerman - Sr. **** 6'6, 260 good run blocker, good hands, good speed
Vannett - Jr. **** 6'6, 260 good hands, good top end speed for his size
Baugh - Fr. **** 6'4, 250 athletic, shifty, good toughness
Moore - Sr. **** 6'3, 260 good blocker
Williams, Clark, Lewis

T:
Decker - So. **** 6'7, 315 raw prospect with good upside
Balwin - Jr. **** 6'6, 310 4.7 40, wide, rangy athlete
Lisle - Fr. **** 6'6, 310 raw, athletic tackle
Dodson - Fr. **** 6'6, 315 big frame
Jones - Fr. **** 6'6, 300 very good athleticism
Trout - Fr. **** 6'6, 305 long, athletic
Taylor - Fr. *** 6'5, 300 athletic, good downfield blocker

Richmond, Jenkins, Longson, Clark, Elbert

G:
Elflein - So. *** - 6'3, 300 strong, compact
Underwood - Jr. **** 6'2, 300 good acceleration, good upper-body explosiveness
Hale - Sr. **** 6'4, 315 good quickness, massive frame, very tough

Brown - Jr. **** - 6'4, 310 quick feet, fast for his size
Farris - Jr. **** 6'4, 310 explosive off the snap, strong at the point of contact

M. Jones - Fr. **** 6'4, 350 wide, athletic, good quickness
Knox - Fr. ***** 6'4, 300 explosive athlete with quick hands
Burrell, Edoga, Kim

C:
Boren - Jr. **** 6'1, 285 great strength, mobility
Price - Fr. ***** 6'3, 315 extremely strong
Daniels, Ivey


Defense:

NT:
Bennett - Sr. ***** 6'2, 290 explosive burst, very hard tackler, extremely competitive
Munger - Fr. **** 6'4, 310 quick, wide athlete

Hill - Fr. **** 6'2, 320 space eater with good agility
Carter - Jr. **** 6'4, 350 powerful, large wingspan
Wilkins, Daniel, Settle

DT:
Washington - Jr. ***** 6'4, 290 very explosive athlete, great quickness

Schutt - Jr. **** 6'2, 300 very strong plugger type
Sprinkle - Fr. *** 6'3, 290 rangy, versatile, great motor, good athleticism
Tuttle, Jefferson, Johnson, Daniels

RE:
Bosa - So. ***** 6'6, 290 explosive, athletic lineman, great effort level on every play
Lewis - Fr. **** 6'3, 260 very quick first step, long arms
Thompson - Fr. **** 6'5, 280 quick first step, very athletic big guy
Holmes - Fr. **** 6'5, 250 good overall mobility, good toughness, also an elusive TE
Roseboro, Fullwood, Beckner

LE:
Spence - Jr. ***** 6'3, 255 rangy rush end with an excellent first step, great nose for the ball
Miller - Sr. ***** 6'3, 255 good quickness, great in pursuit, great toughness
Marcus - Jr. **** 6'1, 250 extremely fast first step, tenacious in pursuit, great closing speed
Slade - Fr. **** 6'4, 240 quick first step, good bend, good agility
Ferrell, Phillips, Lockhart, Sweat, Walker, Cornell

SLB:
Lee - Fr. *** 6'2, 230 deceptively fast long-strider, good athleticism
Worley - Fr. *** 6'2, 220 versatile, athletic, good closing speed

Hubbard - Fr. **** 6'6, 235 fast, athletic big guy

Hilliard, Holland

WLB:
Perry - Jr. **** 6'4, 245 good athleticism, long arms

Johnson - So. **** 6'1, 230 good vision/anticipation, good overall athleticism
Berger - Fr. **** 6'3, 235 great quickness, efficient in pursuit
Bogard - Jr. **** 6, 210 good quickness, good tackler

Simmons, Sheppard, Coney

MLB:
McMillan - Fr. ***** 6'2, 245 excellent all-around player, great instincts, smart

Grant - Sr. ***** 6'3, 245 great strength, great instincts
Williams - Jr. **** 6'1, 225 solid all-around LB with a good sense of timing and positional responsibility
Booker - Fr. ***** 6'3, 235 very good run stopper, great block shedder, plays very strong with great balance and leverage

Kilby-Lane, Deberry

FC:
Grant - Sr. **** 5'11, 195 great overall athleticism
Conley - So. **** 6'1, 200 slippery athlete with good ball skills
Webb - Fr. **** 5'11, 190 explosive athlete with great ball skills
Lane, Smitherman, Whitehead, Sheffield

BC:

Reeves - Jr. **** 5'10, 200 scrappy corner with good ball skills
Apple - Fr. **** 6'1, 200 smooth runner, good hitter
Lattimore - Fr. **** 6', 190, great athlete, has the skills to play offense or defense
Dean - **** 6'1, 190 lanky DB with great speed, agility
Fitzpatrick, Marshall, Roundtree


FS:
Bell - So. ***** 5'11, 205 knack for making big plays, very well-rounded player with few holes in his game
Burrows - So. ***** 6', 210 good ball skills and football sense
Smith - Fr. **** 6'1, 200 very good athlete with great football instincts
Gaines, Burgess-Becker, Cronkite, Jennings


SS:
Powell - So. **** 6'3, 200 rangy, all-around athlete
Tanner - Sr. **** 6', 210 good all-around player, good toughness

Hooker - Fr. **** 6'3, 200 great raw athlete, has only played football for 1 year, great leaping ability
Edwards - **** 6', 200 extremely hard hitting safety


Special Teams:


K:
Nuernberger - Fr. ***

P:
Johnston - So **** 6', 200 extremely powerful leg

LS:
Haynes - So. **

KR/PR:
Wilson - So. *****
Clark - Fr. ****
Samuel - Fr. *****

Last edited Yesterday 1:59 PM by RobotParty

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Posted: 8/6/2007 7:10 PM

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Good breakdown Robot.

It looks like we will be filling the WR, DT, and LB needs for sure in the 09 class. Ohio is stacked with LB and there is about 2-3 top WR's in the state as well. DT also has Hall and Simon who could both be 5* guys. PA also has a few big time WR's.
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Posted: 8/6/2007 7:13 PM

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Wow. I'm having a hard enough time figuring the 2nd team depth chart for 2007......
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Posted: 8/6/2007 10:25 PM

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OSUtopia wrote: Wow. I'm having a hard enough time figuring the 2nd team depth chart for 2007......

lol
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Posted: 8/7/2007 12:17 AM

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So we take care of QB with Pryor.  FB will probably remain a "NEED."  Thomas or Fuller or Floyd can take care of the WR "NEED."  Jenkins for the G "NEED."  Mobley or Thompson for the DT "NEED."  Coples or Hale for the DE "NEED."  Then MLB will probably be filled with one of the 40 amazing LB's on the slate for next year.  Good stuff RP.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 6:01 AM

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Great post Robot.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 9:38 AM

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scott will also be on the chart as a WR and thomas can be plugged in at numerous spots
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Posted: 8/7/2007 11:12 AM

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Scott is more than likely going to line up as a safety at OSU.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 11:56 AM

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toledobuck wrote: Scott is more than likely going to line up as a safety at OSU.

I don't think that is true.  A lot of people and "insiders" think he may be better suited for safety in the long run, but the staff doesn't necessarily see it that way.  Who would've had Ted Ginn as a WR going into his freshman year?
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Posted: 8/7/2007 12:01 PM

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Clifford is a cornerback.  He'll probably be starting at FC in 2008 if Jenkins leaves.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 1:58 PM

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If you guys think this is a stupid post then why respond to it? That only keeps it bumped to the top.

And if you think it's inaccurate then post how you would change it. It's easy to say something is wrong, but it takes a little work to say why it's wrong.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 2:29 PM

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RobotParty wrote: When looking at needs, you look to the future. Here's a look at who will be on the team in 2010.

LT:
Shugarts - Jr.

LG:
Smith - Sr.

C:
Brewster - Jr.

RG:
Browning - Sr.
NEED

RT:
Adams - Jr.
Kerr - Sr.
Where's Evan Blankenship?
GO BUCKS!!!
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Posted: 8/7/2007 3:57 PM

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Anyone who thinks this post is stupid is completely missing the point..

This is not meant as a predictor of who will play in 2010, but instead as a guide to what the coaching staff is looking at when thinking about what needs to fill in our next couple of recruiting classes.

For anyone interested in recruiting (this IS a recruiting board), Robot has put together a very nice (if not conclusive) look at our needs for 2010 based on who we think will be there right now.

This allows us to then see who the top players are in the 2008/09 classes and predict who the coaches might be going after.. it's not meant to be an exact science..

Thanks for putting this up Robot.. you've done a nice job.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 7:34 PM

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The original post has been updated to include the 2008 and 2009 class needs, as well as the top players on the staff's board at each respective position.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 7:39 PM

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Good stuff Robot. PM a Mod and ask if you can get this stickied to the top of the board.
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Posted: 8/7/2007 8:58 PM

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Pretty good one. Mmmkay here's mine.

2010 Football Season
SE Jacob Stoneburner Dane Sanzenbacher    
OT J.B. Shugarts      
OG Connor Smith Evan Blankenship    
C Michael Brewster      
OG Bryant Browning      
OT Mike Adams      
TE Nic DiLillo Andy Miller    
FL Devon Torrence Taurian Washington    
QB Antonio Henton      
FB Aram Olson      
TB Devoe Torrence Brandon Saine Boom Herron  
WB Devier Posey      
K Ben Buchanan      
 



DE Nathan Williams      
DT Cameron Heyward      
DT Garrett Goebel Dexter Larimore    
DE Solomon Thomas      
SAM Thaddeus Gibson Jermale Hines    
MIKE Mark Johnson Andrew Sweat    
WILL Tyler Moeller Brian Rolle    
CB Eugene Clifford Donnie Evege    
FS Nate Oliver Grant Schwartz Rocco Pentello  
SS Kurt Coleman Aaron Gant    
CB James Scott Chimdi Chekwa    
P Ben Buchanan      
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Posted: 8/7/2007 9:42 PM

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RobotParty wrote: The original post has been updated to include the 2008 and 2009 class needs, as well as the top players on the staff's board at each respective position.
Nice.  One (well, maybe two ) questions.  Wasn't the idea with taking Buchanan with a full scholly in such a tight class as a K/P to save a future scholly? So the 09 need for a P might not need to be there.  Also, everyone and their mother and their brother and their dog's vet are saying Hale = DE but you still have him at MLB.  Any reason?

I do these kinds of charts when I get bored at work and the boards are slow but I usually just close notepad or whatever I'm messing with it in before saving when actual work comes in.
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Posted: 8/8/2007 1:44 PM

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Buchanan could end up being both the P and K. If that's going to be the case, then the need for a P in 09 wouldn't be there. Also, I have Hale at LB because that's the position he is being recruited to play. Both he and Williams are high school LBs who could end up playing D end. If Hale stays below 245, he'll play SLB or MLB, if he gets up to 250-260, he'll play the role Gholston plays now.
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Posted: 8/9/2007 2:58 PM

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2010..wtf
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Posted: 8/9/2007 3:02 PM

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Buchanan is good enough to play both Punter and Kicker at OSU and he will, IMO. He's got it all to be an All American.
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