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

Tight End Benji Gosnell From Pilot Mountain North Carolina

Benji Gosnell

Ohio State picked up a 2022 tight end commit this week in Pilot Mountain East Surry prospect Benji Gosnell. The 6’4” 225 lbs. 4 star player is considered the 11th best tight end in the nation for 2022 and the 9th best player overall in North Carolina. He was recruited by assistant coach Kevin Wilson for the Buckeyes and had offers from 18 schools including Florida, Duke, Arkansas, North Carolina (he has a brother currently playing for the Tar Heels) and Penn State. His current coach (Lowman) is friends with coach Wilson since growing up in the same area.

Benji Gosnell
Benji Gosnell

Why Ohio State?

Gosnell decided on joining Ohio State after watching the Buckeyes beat Penn State on Saturday. He liked what he saw in the way Ohio State utilized their tight ends in the game. And he felt Luke Farrell and Jeremy Ruckert were complete players with their ability to block and catch. That is something he wants for his college development, to become a complete tight end.

Last season Gosnell went 422 yards on 25 catches along with 5 touchdowns.

Benji Gosnell Visits

Gosnell has been unable to make visits to campus but has been on virtual … Read more at FryingPanSports