There is one thing very evident in terms of Ohio State following a huge week of visitors. The Class of 2014 -- slated to be between 14 to 17 members -- is nearing the halfway mark and there are two positions the Buckeyes are zeroing in on.
Winning is good business, especially when it comes to Ohio State and recruiting. While many of the top athletes in the Class of 2014 have pointed to the Buckeyes being the only undefeated football team in Division I as a reason to look at the university, it goes beyond the gridiron.
Throughout the next few months, BuckeyeNation will look further into those juniors offered by Ohio State. We’ll give as much detail as we can and go behind the scenes to see why these class of 2014 standouts are so attractive to the Buckeyes.
about 100 days ago | Brad Bournival | OSU Buckeyes
Raekwon McMillan (Hinesville, Ga./Liberty County) has been to Ohio State on several occasions. Next time, the ESPN Watch List junior has an agenda. Making a rare, three-day unofficial visit April 1-3, the 6-foot-2, 234-pound inside linebacker is headed to Columbus, Ohio, for a different reason.
about 100 days ago | Brad Bournival | Football Recruiting - Southeast Region
The writers at WolverineNation and BuckeyeNation put their heads together to break down the rivals' 2013 recruiting classes. They'll give readers a position-by-position look at who coaches Brady Hoke and Urban Meyer signed and, ultimately, which class edged out the other.
about 111 days ago | Chantel Jennings & Brad Bournival | Michigan Wolverines
It was quite a week for the Oregon Ducks. They earned a huge Fiesta Bowl win, saw several of their top targets commit elsewhere and -- maybe you heard -- nearly lost their head coach to the NFL for the second year in a row.
about 161 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks