TOLEDO, Ohio — After a rough junior season at Toledo St. John’s Jesuit, Dallas Gant and his Titans football team hit the field for the first time in the 2017 season for a scrimmage against Sylvania (Ohio) Southview High School on Friday night. The unquestioned leader of his team and his defense, Gant didn’t play much — he didn’t have to — but looked every bit the part of an Ohio State commitment. The future Buckeyes linebacker took just about 15 reps total, including one play on offense, split out as a wide receiver, in the very controlled scrimmage. The Titans are entering their first season with new coach Larry McDaniel, who is taking over for long-time St. John’s coach Doug Pearson. There’s a lot of new things for Gant to learn as he heads into his final high school season, and that’s one of the reasons he committed back…
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