Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Ohio State adds QB, Wisconsin picks up safety
By ESPN.com staff
Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
Two recruiting tidbits for you.
- Nick Montana picked Washington and Andrew Hendrix could be headed to Notre Dame, but Ohio State won't be without a quarterback in its 2010 class. The Buckeyes ended a long drought between commits as Taylor Graham pledged Scarlet and Gray. Graham, the son of former Ohio State and NFL quarterback Kent Graham, picked Ohio State over several BCS programs, including Michigan State, Iowa and Wisconsin.
- Wisconsin picked up its first ESPNU 150 Watch List prospect as safety Frank Tamakloe committed to the school. Tamakloe chose the Badgers over both Northwestern and Maryland, and could be an immediate contributor in the secondary next fall.