When the incoming freshmen from Ohio State’s 2013 recruiting class finally report to campus this June, the most heralded member of that group will be looking to hit the ground running.
Vonn Bell, the highest rated recruit from Ohio State’s outstanding ’13 class, isn’t looking to ease his way onto the Buckeyes’ football team. Despite some legitimate depth in Ohio State’s secondary, the 5-star safety (via 247Sports.com) wants to come in and compete for playing time on day one.
In an interview with Kevin Noon of BuckeyeGrove.com, Bell said that he’s preparing himself physically so that he isn’t overwhelmed by the practices. The star prospect out of Rossville, Ga. has added over 15 pounds of muscle, up from his high school playing weight of 177 to a solid 193.
Because he’s preparing himself physically, the biggest challenge facing Bell this summer will be learning Ohio State’s defensive scheme.
I just want to get in and learn the system as quick as I can. Obviously this time of year,…
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