Miles Walker Offensive Tackle for 2023

Miles Walker

Miles Walker received a scholarship offer from the OSU Buckeyes in May of 2022 and committed to Ohio State on July 8th via Twitter. Ohio State wanted an additional offensive tackle for 2023 after getting commitments from two guards in Austin Siereveld and Joshua Padilla. Walker is from Brunswick School in Greenwich Connecticut. The visit to Ohio State set them apart, meeting the players, and the coaches.

Miles Walker
Miles Walker

Who Recruited Miles Walker

Offensive Line Coach Justin Frye recruited Walker for Ohio State. AJ Blazek recruited him for Vanderbilt and Phil Trautwein was for Penn State.

Offers and Favorites

Walker had 19 Scholarship Offers overall. His favorite schools were Ohio State, Penn State, Vanderbilt, Duke, and Texas A&M. He committed to Ohio State at the beginning of July.

Visits

Walker took a number of official visits before making a decision. He went to Texas A&M on June 3rd, Ohio State on June 10th, Duke on June 17th, Penn State on June 21st, and Vanderbilt on June 24th.

Ranking

Walker is a 6-6 285 lbs. 3 Star recruit, the 40th best Offensive Tackle nationally.

Miles Walker Crystal Ball Predictions

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Ohio State Football 2022

Ohio State Football 2022

The reigning Rose Bowl champions, Ohio State Football 2022, are poised to kick off another successful season.

Ohio State Football 2022
Ohio State Football 2022

OSU Schedule

The schedule of games will begin with the first week on September 3, when the Ohio State Buckeyes will face the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, continuing on September 10 against the Arkansas State Red Wolves also at home, on September 17 they will host the Toledo Rockets, and finish the month hosting the Wisconsin Badgers on the 24th.

To start October, they will host Rutgers Scarlet Knights on the 1st, which will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ohio Stadium.

On the 8th they will visit Spartan Stadium in East Lansing to face the Michigan State Spartans, on the 22nd they will return to Ohio Stadium to host the Iowa Haweyes, and they will finish October traveling to Pennsylvania to visit Penn State Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium.

The month of November begins with a trip to Illinois on the 5th to visit Ryan Field in Evanston to face Northwestern Wildcats, and will return on the 12th to Columbus to host Indiana Hoosiers, on the 19th they travel to Maryland to face … Read more at FryingPanSports

Ohio State Carson Hinzman Offensive Center for 2022

Carson Hinzman

On January 4th, 2022, Carson Hinzman committed to Ohio State and signed a Letter of Intent on February 2nd. The change in lineman coach Greg Studrawa to Justin Frye had little effect on him. Hammond Wisconsin St Croix Central was his high school. He received 23 offers in total, with Iowa, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, and Ohio State among his top choices.

Carson Hinzman
Carson Hinzman Offensive Center for 2022

Who Recruited Carson Hinzman

Was recruiting by a number of coaches from around the country including Greg Studrawa for Ohio State, Kevin Mawae for Arizona State, Will Friend for Auburn, George Barnett and Tim Polasek for Iowa, Jeff Myers for Iowa State, Phil Trautwein for Penn State, Kyle Flood for Texas, Vance Vice for Virginia Tech, Chris Haering and Joe Rudolph for Wisconsin, Jeff Quinn and Tommy Rees for Notre Dame, and Freddie Roach for Alabama.

Carson Hinzman Visits

Hinzman visited Ohio State on 9-11-2021 for the Penn State game and 6-11-2021. Went to Iowa on 6-2-19, 7-28-2019, 10-12-2019 and 6-25-2021. Was at Notre Dame on 6-18-2021. And visited Wisconsin a number of times including 6-23-2019, 9-21-2019, 9-28-2019, 6-4-2021, and 9-4-2021.

Hinzman is 6’5″ 280 lbs and ranked 142nd best overall, 1st … Read more at FryingPanSports

Tennessee Tight End Ty Lockwood Now a 2023 Ohio State Commit

Tight End Ty Lockwood

Ohio State got the tight-end they greatly needed for 2023 when in the middle of August Ty Lockwood from Independence High School in Thompson’s Station TN gave a verbal commitment to the program. The four star recruit made the announcement shortly before starting his junior season.

Tight End Ty Lockwood
Tight End Ty Lockwood

Recruit Ty Lockwood

Lockwood, a 6-foot-5, 225-pound tight end/wide receiver, is rated as the No. 3 overall prospect in the state of Tennessee for the class of 2023 and the No. 8 tight end nationally. Playing for Independence High School in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee, Lockwood registered 43 receptions for 606 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore a year ago.

Ohio State 2023 Recruiting Class

Bennett Christian, a 6-foot-6, 235 pounds, a top-rated tight end for the prior cycle is committed to Ohio State but they were looking for two at the position for the class. He picked up an offer from the Buckeyes during his official visit for one of their satellite camps back in June 2017. It’s becoming increasingly likely he’s the only tight end Ohio State will take 2022.

Benji Gosnell, who is ranked as the No. 13 tight end for 2022, de-committed from the … Read more at FryingPanSports

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

The Browns front office must go!

There is a lot of conversation about whether Kizer is franchise QB the team has needed for so long.  He might be exactly what the Browns need at the most important position in the game.  But it is hard to tell when so many throws that are right on target are dropped by a receiver group that is worse than 2 teams I coached in semi-pro football.

The brain-dead people making draft picks have given HC Jackson a team that is green as baby peas.  They let the 1 WR that had 1000+ yards and was new to the WR position go but brought in a guy that could not catch a cold standing naked on the edge of Lake Erie in a sleet storm.  He also has 1 1000 yard season but has been in the league for years.

They also passed up 2 other QBs that could have started the “rebuild” much earlier and given beaten down Browns fans some hope.  If this group made good choices with those extra picks I might agree.  They do not and the proof is the 1 win we have seen in the two years that they have been in control.

If … Read more at FryingPanSports