It’s no secret that Urban Meyer needs supreme talent at the quarterback position for his offense to operate at its highest level.
At Bowling Green, Meyer had Josh Harris, who piled up 3,162 total yards and threw 19 touchdown passes while running for another 20 scores in 2002. At Utah, he had Alex Smith, who went on to become the No. 1 overall pick in the 2005 NFL draft. At Florida, he had Tim Tebow, who became the first-ever sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. And, of course, at Ohio State, he has Braxton Miller, who is well on his way to shattering every school record.
Five-star quarterback Torrance Gibson has the opportunity to join that list.
According to Luke Stampini of 247Sports, Meyer told Gibson in January that he was at the top of Ohio State’s recruiting wish list. And despite the recent commitment of Joe Burrows, the Buckeyes are still heavy contenders to land the Fort Lauderdale, Florida, product.
With Miller on the verge of his final season at Ohio State, Meyer is hoping to land a 5-star talent to replace him.
Here are three reasons why that will be Gibson.
He’ll Be Blown Away When He Finally Visits Columbus
Gibson recently announced his final seven schools via Twitter, and the Buckeyes came in at No. 5 behind Tennessee, Auburn, LSU and Oklahoma.
Of those five schools, Ohio State is the only program yet to host Gibson for a visit.
According to Ari Wasserman of the Plain Dealer, Gibson said that the Buckeyes…
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