When you look back at the 11 teams Urban Meyer has coached throughout his career, it’s easy to see that his spread offense is most effective with a dynamic quarterback at the helm.
With that being the case, it makes sense that Meyer is extremely selective when it comes to recruiting that position.
Ohio State’s 2014 recruiting efforts are the perfect example of that. Despite nearly a dozen elite quarterbacks around the country having a legitimate interest in the Buckeyes, just two signal-callers—Jerrod Heard and Deshaun Watson—held offers from Ohio State as of Tuesday morning.
That changed with a surprising development on Tuesday afternoon.
Kyle Allen—a 4-star quarterback out of Scottsdale, Ariz., according to 247Sports.com—announced via Twitter that he received a scholarship offer from Meyer and the Buckeyes:
Just been offere by THE Ohio State University!! Extremely excited about this opportunity! #buckeyes #blessed— Kyle Allen (@KyleAllen_10) May 1,…
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