Ohio State pulled in one of the best recruiting classes in 2013. That class was full of star power and “scoreboard changer” type players on offense. Urban Meyer knew that this program needed guys who could take a five-yard pass and turn it into a 70-yard touchdown. There were, though, a couple of areas that need to be addressed with this year’s recruiting class: the offensive line and big, outside receivers who are able to stretch the field.
On Sunday, Ohio State was able to reel in Lonnie Johnson, a 6’3″ prospect from Gary, Indiana, according to Scout.com.
Lonnie, is an athletic freak, and even though he is a projected wide receiver at the next level, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him moved somewhere into the defensive backfield. When asked about what position he prefers by SB Nation’s Zach Clark, Lonnie responded:
“Wide receiver. I love putting points on the board. That’s what I do. My coach wants me to…
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