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  1. Smith psyched over offer from OSU

    Brad Bournival

    Ohio State came calling and another ESPN Watch List junior put the Buckeyes in his top five. When Tim Hinton offered John Smith (Long Beach, Calif./Long Beach Poly) on Tuesday, the 6-foot-1, 185-pound athlete was taken aback. So taken aback, in...

    Blog | March 05, 2013
  2. OSU extends offer to Watch List DT

    Brad Bournival

    Urban Meyer was at it again Wednesday with yet another offer to a defensive lineman. This time, the two-time national champion went back to his old playground and hit up a junior from The Sunshine State. It came in the form of ESPN Watch List d...

    Blog | February 27, 2013
  3. Juco offensive tackle sets official visit

    Brad Bournival

    Sometimes recruiting is all about depth charts. When it comes to athletes at the junior college level, the need to start almost immediately is magnified, as many have three years to play two seasons. Chad Mavety (Garden City, N.Y./Nassau Community...

    Blog | February 22, 2013
  4. Ohio State offers big juco OT for 2014

    Brad Bournival

    Ohio State is being proactive in going after offensive linemen from the class of 2014. The Buckeyes' most recent offer is to junior college prospect Chad Mavety (Garden City, N.Y./Nassau Community College). Mavety becomes the 20th tackle from t...

    Blog | February 03, 2013
  5. Buckeyes offer emerging California WR

    Brad Bournival & Erik McKinney

    Head out to La Mirada, Calif., and it is hard not to notice the latest junior wide receiver with an Ohio State offer. He's the 6-foot-5, 210-pound Matador with the numbers to match his large frame. The Buckeyes became the first major college pr...

    Blog | January 26, 2013
  6. ESPN 60 SF puts Ohio State among top six

    Brad Bournival

    Thad Matta was probably smiling around noon Wednesday afternoon, especially when the Ohio State basketball coach read what an ESPN 60 junior from Texas had to say about the Buckeyes. Justin Jackson (Spring, Texas/Homeschool Christian Youth Associa...

    Blog | January 09, 2013
  7. Brown, Curtis pocket OSU offers

    Brad Bournival

    There must be something about Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe High School that the Buckeyes like. Maybe it's the scenery. Just days after offering 2013 offensive tackle Kenny Lacy, the Buckeyes were at it again, but this time it was two offers to ...

    Blog | December 03, 2012
  8. #BlueChipBattles: Nov. 30

    RecruitingNation staff

    Auburn bid farewell to head coach Gene Chizik on Sunday. Could the Tigers also be saying goodbye to a trio of ESPN 150 recruits who could take their talents elsewhere? Each week, RecruitingNation summons its writers from around the country to comp...

    Blog | November 30, 2012
  9. Buckeyes improve to 3-0, beat Washington

    BuckeyeNation staff

    Deshaun Thomas led all scorers with 31 points as No. 4 Ohio State defeated Washington 77-66....

    Blog | November 18, 2012
  10. #BlueChipBattles: Nov. 16

    RecruitingNation staff

    ESPN 100 running backs Alvin Kamara and Derrick Green can score from anywhere on the field thanks to their breakaway speed, an attribute that makes them very attractive recruits to the Oregon Ducks. Oregon's pursuit of the duo headlines this week's ...

    Blog | November 16, 2012
  11. #BlueChipBattles: Nov. 2

    RecruitingNation staff

    RecruitingNation has summoned its writers from around the country to compile a list of the top 10 battles for elite football recruits leading up to February's signing day. We'll update our rankings periodically to reflect a change in a player's stat...

    Blog | November 02, 2012
  12. OSU still high on Devon Allen's list

    Brad Bournival

    The trip Devon Allen (Phoenix, Ariz./Brophy) made to Columbus in July must have been outstanding because Ohio State has made the cut, as the three-star wide receiver has trimmed his list to 11. Arizona State, Arkansas, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklaho...

    Blog | August 30, 2012