Ohio State finished the ninth of 15 spring practices on Tuesday as Urban Meyer and the coaching staff are hard at work trying to improve their team for the upcoming season.
Off the field, Meyer is working just as hard for the future of the program by hosting a number of top recruiting prospects in the country this week.
As many as 16 Ohio State recruiting targets from the 2014 class plan to visit Columbus this week—a group that includes more than a dozen four-star prospects and two five-star standouts.
One of Ohio State’s top targets—five-star inside linebacker Raekwon McMillan—started an important three-day visit on Monday. The Buckeyes are currently battling Alabama and Clemson for the standout linebacker, and a good visit could push the Buckeyes ahead in this close race.
According to Kipp Adams of ESPN.com, McMillan is really enjoying his visit so far. Meeting college football’s only two-time Heisman Trophy winner probably has something to do with…
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