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Starting in '14 already I see. Just a few months ago this kid was a LOCK to OSU
Demetrius Knox stated over the past few months that Texas was his leader. Recently he said hed no longer name a leader to keep people guessing, but the speculation is over.
Also, they whiffed on another 2013 kid.
Darius Latham committed to Indiana over OSU.
This thread is the goddamn Energizer bunny, it just keeps going, and going, and going...I LOVE IT.
Latham should decommit and commit somewhere else, just so OSU can officially strike out with him by whiffing 3 times.
Amazing that he would pick Mack Brown/Texas (currently 8-3) over Urban Meyer/Ohio (finished 12-0).
But I am certainly not complaining.
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He is friends with that RB that a lot of like that committed to UT. Gresham I think his name is
Daniel Gresham and Knox were pretty much always going to be a package deal.
Latham is a DT. We already have Bosa and Hill at that position (both higher rated).
Haha, I don't know if OSU can take it any more. They've been out-recruited by so many lesser schools it's sad. Not sure what I would do if we lost a recruiting battle to Indiana.
That said, I'm loving it.
Latham is an OT according to 247sports.
You know what we wouldn't do? We wouldn't go pick up an overweight low-3 star from Indiana that even Indiana didn't want.
Latham's an OT - that's where he's been recruited everywhere, and that's where he has stated he wants to play in college.
My bad, I haven't followed his recruiting--was just going by the position he's listed at on ESPN and Rivals (which are not always right of course).
Nah, it's cool. It's like Wyatt Shallman being listed as a DE on a bunch of different services, despite us offering him and accepting him strictly as a RB.
It's way beyond scraps at this point.
Well, the low ranked OL players we currently have, moved the DL pretty well all year. So, I'm not going to freak out over a kid picking Indiana where he'll see the field as a frosh.
We could lose any two of our remaining 4 OL prospects and our OL class would still be better than yours.
Low ranked... all of Ohio's current starting Olinemen were 4 and 5 star recruits.
But from what I understand, tOSU OL classes have been crap. That was the point.
Meyer's classes* have been horrificly bad.
Tressel recruited OL very well.
I like how the irony of an OSU fan insulting Michigan's academics didn't stop you from opening your mouth.
I find this rather funny considering your coach afford him along with the rest of the country. Check out his senior highlights, he has shown drastic improvement. But hey buckeye, Gardner looks like a future star!!!
ESPN still has him listed at D Tackle.
Was this when Jim Bollman was hand selecting the small number of lineman to work with?
I honestly don't understand the question.
This post was edited by TAMUWolverine 20 months ago
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