Thursday, February 2, 2012

Ohio State Recruiting Class 2012

  • But it is necessary to compete, according to Farrell. If youre not trying to do it, youre putting yourself at a disadvantage, Farrell said. Its up to the NCAA to step in and come up with an early signing period to stop it.
  • (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Since becoming the second verbal commitment to Ohio States 2012 recruiting class 16 months ago, St. Francis de Sales (Columbus, Ohio) running back Warren Ball believes he might have learned a few life lessons.
  • (MaxPreps)
  • one-year bowl ban that coach Urban Meyer likened to "a sucker punch," Ohio State put the finishing touches on Meyer's first recruiting class on Wednesday with an exclamation point. Make that two exclamation points.
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  • Though Ohio State is facing a 2012 postseason bowl ban and is coming off its "Whether we're ranked the 50th recruiting class or the No. 1 recruiting class, I really couldn't care less, to be honest with you," he said.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Ohio States first football recruiting class under coach Urban Meyer is expected to rank among the best in the nation, 10TV Sports reported on Wednesday. Coaches were gathering around a fax machine awaiting signed letters of intent from high school seniors.
  • (WBNS 10TV Columbus)
  • Ohio States class for 2012 is now at 24, though Columbus-area receiver Roger making him the second member of the Buckeyes' 2013 recruiting class.
  • (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Ohio State coach Urban Meyer nonetheless has amassed a pretty fair collection of enemies.
  • (Detroit Free Press)
  • Florida State might have made the biggest splash with some big commits announcing on signing day, but it was Alabama that ended up with the nations top class. The Crimson Tide Florida and Georgia.
  • (ESPN)
  • A perfect storm of negativity delivered a serious hit to Penn States recruiting class of 2012, depriving it of well-regarded All four were plucked away from Happy Valley by new Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • No. 4: Florida State The Seminoles class is full of star power, led by QB Jameis Winston, who will sign in a few days, DTs Mario Edwards and Eddie Goldman, CB Ronald Darby, DE Chris Casher and RB Mario Pender. No. 5: Ohio State Look whos back.
  • (Palm Beach Post)

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