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

Josh Fryar Improves Ohio State’s 2020 Line

Independence day was one to remember for Ohio State Buckeyes this year as they secure their second recruitment of the day. Standing at a towering six foot five and a half, Josh Fryar serves a very talented, up and coming offensive center for Ohio State Buckeyes. A formidable talented, the college football recruit is flexible, full of raw talent and by all accounts: a blank canvas. His solid build and height makes him a shoe in for almost any position up front. The 18th member of Ohio State‘s 2020 class, the team fought off stiff competition from Indiana, Florida State, Washington and Penn State to snap up the versatile player. However it was the unwavering interest of Ohio and his own gut feeling that convinced Josh Fryar that it was the place for him. Rated currently as the no.8 guard in the entire 2020 class, Josh Fryar has the stature and potential to prove a real capture for the Buckeyes. While there is little doubt there is plenty for the 300 pound player to work on such as conditioning and strength, he is a man who will be ready to play in no time at all.

Josh Fryar

National Ranking

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