Is the Ohio State recruiting class at the top now?


Yesterday, the Christmas Day of every recruiting service geek, the college football signing class rankings kept changing. At night, the Ohio State recruiting class became #1 overtaking the Crimson Tide.

OSU Coach and bane of Bret Bielema’s existence, Urban Meyer announced Wednesday a class of 24 prospects, including five already enrolled in school (hopefully they’re not like that backup QB guy who tweeted that he went to Columbus to major in football, not major in school), who have signed national LOIs to attend The Ohio State University and play football for the Buckeyes. The class, heavy along the defensive line and with significant resources in the defensive backfield and at the offensive skill positions, is possibly the best in the nation.

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Ohio State signs two top 100 prospects

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The Ohio State Buckeyes signed of Marc Loving and Kameron “Kam” Williams to Letters of Intent.

Loving, a 6-foot-8-inch, 215-pound forward, is considered one of the Top 100 players nationally by several recruiting services. He was the 2012 Associated Press Division I Co-Player of the year in Ohio as well as earning all-district and Three Rivers Athletic Conference Player of the Year accolades.

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