Juco OT Jermaine Eluemunor knew little about football when his family emigrated from London to the United States in 2009. But he's a quick learner, and nearly every top program in the country has taken notice.
ESPN 150 athlete John "JuJu" Smith, yet another Long Beach Poly product, is a versatile performer on and off the field.
Bradley Roby probably would have been a first-round pick, but he decided to return to Ohio State to work on his leadership skills.
Urban Meyer puts a lot of emphasis on the spring game, so Buckeyes fans in Cincinnati shnould be in for a fairly competitive game.
Noah Spence's daily battles with All-Big Ten offensive tackle Jack Mewhort have been eye-opening, as the rising sophomore defensive end is showing star potential in Ohio State spring practice.
Sophomore receiver Michael Thomas hopes another productive spring translates into fall production after a disappointing 2012 season for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Tyvis Powell was a whipping boy for Ohio State DB coach Kerry Coombs last season, but that tough love has helped make Powell a breakout star this spring.
Ohio State has the talent and depth in its secondary to make packages with extra defensive backs a staple of its playbook, and tje Buckeyes certainly won't hesitate to play to their strengths.
While he was reluctant in 2012 to give up on pass plays, Buckeyes QB Braxton Miller is showing signs this spring of more ease with scrambling when opportunities arise.
Georgia has had success recruiting North Carolina running backs and turning them into stars. ESPN Watch List RB Elijah Hood has taken notice and is suddenly high on the Bulldogs.
As Jordan Hall tries to absorb everything the coaching staff is throwing at him, it only took one day of spring practice for him to show how productive his move to the Pivot position could be.
Since briefly losing his scholarship after a misdemeanor arrest last year, left tackle Jack Mewhort has embraced the mantle of leadership for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Joshua Perry understands he needs to study more in order to be more effective on the field for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Cornelius Greene justified Woody Hayes' choice of him as the first black QB in OSU history when he led the Buckeyes to an undefeated season capped by a Rose Bowl victory.
A simple raising of a glass of water during a pregame speech at Michigan State turned out to be a turning point in Ohio State's undefeated season.
Curtis Grant arrived at Ohio State with a lot of hype but has very little to show for it through two seasons. With another chance at MLB, he knows that now is his time to shine.