Receiver Jameson Williams with Alabama

Jameson Williams

Ohio State fans are familiar with receiver Jameson Williams who came to Ohio State and was third on the depth chart behind Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave but left for Alabama before the 2021 season. “Going into Ohio State, I thought that was going to be my spot,” Williams told Bama Insider on what he felt when he first went to Columbus Ohio.

Williams Not a Key Part of the Offense at Ohio State

“I was looking forward to the season at Ohio State, but they didn’t use me the way I thought they would use me. I think my role was different than what I really wanted it to be. I didn’t feel like I was standing out like I felt like I would standing out.”I started looking at my situation and talking with my parents about my situation and I felt like I made my decision (to leave) based on my circumstances. Me and coach Meyer had a talk and he said, “Hey, it looks like you’re thinking about transferring.” He said that he would release me if that was what I wanted to do. We went from there and that’s when I started thinking more … Read more at FryingPanSports

George Fitzpatrick Ohio State 2022 Offensive Tackle

George Fitzpatrick Cherry Creek

George Fitzpatrick (twitter), a 6’6″ 285 lbs. offensive tackle prospect from Englewood Colorado recently committed to the Ohio State 2022 recruiting class. He is rated a 4 star recruit, the 27th best offensive tackle in the nation, and the 2nd best player in the state of Colorado. He made June 2022 visits to Florida, Oregon, Michigan, Oklahoma, and Ohio State, while having over 29 scholarship offers. This was the second time he made it to Columbus Ohio after visiting on his own in February during the dead period. Colorado recruiter Tony Alford and line coach Greg Studrawa successfully recruited Fitzpatrick for the Buckeyes.

George Fitzpatrick Ohio State 2022 Offensive Tackle
George Fitzpatrick

What George Fitzpatrick Offers Ohio State

Scouts like his athleticism, height and the prospect of increasing in size early in his college career. He shows great burst off the line and an ability to get to the line backers in run situations. He has limited reps at pass protection but some feel his agility demonstrates the capacity. Playing right tackle in high school at Cherry Creek, he displayed an ability to finish blocks. His team got to the State Championships the past two years going undefeated.

George Fitzpatrick makes his college
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2022 Offensive Tackle Aamil Wagner

Aamil Wagner

Aamil Wagner from Huber Heights Wayne High School has a number of great scholarship offers for the 2022 recruiting cycle. Schools such was Penn State, Ohio State, Maryland, Notre Dame and Kentucky have offer Wagner a football scholarship in addition to 25 other programs.

Aamil Wagner
Aamil Wagner

He is rated the 11th best offensive tackle nationally for 2022 and the third best overall prospect in the state of Ohio. Bill Kurelic predicted he would commit to Ohio State prior to officials visits that Wagner is taking during the month of June.

Aamil Wagner Visits

The four star rated Wagner has visited Ohio State, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Maryland and Penn State, in order, this month. Coming away from the Columbus visit, Wagner talked about the excellence at Ohio State, meeting lineman Nick Petit-Frere, and the Dean of Business welcoming him at the hotel.

All-American Bowl

On the All-American Bowl Roster for January 8th 2022 featuring the best high school players in the country. Will join Ohio State prospects Quinn Ewers, Caleb Burton and Kyion Grayes in San Antonio.

At 6’6″ 265 lbs., Wagner is considered a high potential recruit, tall, lean and athletic as a high school player. … Read more at FryingPanSports

Ohio State Welcomes Joey Brunk

Joey Brunk

Ohio State has welcomed center Joey Brunk to its men’s basketball program just over a week after he announced that he would be transferring from Indiana. He is the second player to join the Buckeyes through the off-season transfer portal following former Penn State player Jamari Wheeler.

Joey Brunk commits to Ohio State
Joey Brunk commits to Ohio State

Joey Brunk, with a height of 6-feet 11-inches and weighing 225 pounds, began his college basketball career at Butler where he was a feature for three seasons. He also had a red-shirt year, in 2016-17, with now Buckeyes head coach Chris Holtmann, so is not a complete unknown. He transferred to Indiana before the 2019-20 season where he averaged 6.8 points and 6.2 rebounds for the Hoosiers in an average of 19 minutes play per game. It means that Brunk will be entering his sixth and last season of college basketball by playing with the first coach he ever signed with.

Brunk did not play any of last season because of surgery he undertook for a back injury. Even during his absence he was voted among one of four players by his teammates as a candidate for team captain. Now back to full strength, … Read more at FryingPanSports

E.J. Liddell Receives Threats after Ohio State Loss

E.J. Liddell

When Ohio State entered the 2021 NCAA tournament, many thought they had a chance to go all the way. This team had a successful regular season, sometimes looking like one of the country’s best teams. Although they had a fair share of losses in the regular season, they competed in what was considered the toughest conference all season long.

Just a few days after selection Sunday, Ohio State found their season over as they lost to Oral Roberts in overtime. Many believed that they had a pretty favorable draw, but they could never get going against the 15th seed. They were lucky to get to overtime in the first place, but losing in a tough one was particularly devastating.

EJ Liddell Receives Threats
E.J. Liddell Receives Threats

After the loss, there was a lot of backlash. In particular, Ohio State’s EJ Liddell came out and discussed some of the threats and hateful messages he received after the loss. Despite having a great season and playing fairly well in the game, he took a lot of the negativity due to how things ended up.

Passionate fans crossing the line with E.J. Liddell Threats

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Aliou Bah Wants to Be Able to Visit Coaches and Campuses

Aliou Bah

3 Star Offensive Tackle Aliou Bah, currently playing for IMG Academy in Bradenton Florida, wants the ability to visit with coaches and see campuses before making a college selection as he retweeted a post by Jake Pope. With over 36 offers, the 6’6” 325 tackle is highly sought after by many school buy has narrowed the list down to Ohio State, Florida State, Michigan State, and Oklahoma. A Crystal Ball prediction by Bill Kurelic has him going to Columbus Ohio in 2022. NCAA rules have limited visits to help stop the spread of Covid 19 and keep kids safe. But the situation is not normal and makes selecting a school more of a guess than a great feeling.

Offensive Tackle Aliou Bah
Offensive Tackle Aliou Bah

Who is Recruiting Aliou Bah

Bah is considered the 53rd best offensive tackle in the country and the 72nd overall prospect in Florida. He is originally from Memphis Tennessee and is being recruited for Ohio State from offensive line coach Greg Studrawa. Alex Atkins is recruiting Bah for Florida State and Chris Kapilovic is recruiting Bah for Michigan State.

Ohio State’s 2022 Offensive Line Class

Although Ohio State has one offensive line player in … Read more at FryingPanSports