It was just last week when it looked like Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes were scrambling to find a couple of much-needed playmakers for an offense that—outside of Braxton Miller and the occasional play from Devin Smith—lacked explosion in 2012.
As Meyer re-engaged prospects like Ryan Timmons and Corn Elder, it appeared as though the Buckeyes were going through with plan B to find those playmakers.
In a span of one week, though, Meyer has secured commitments from two of the most explosive recruits in the country.
Last week, it was 4-star JUCO wide receiver Corey Smith. This week, Meyer stole one from Oregon.
Dontre Wilson—a 4-star all-purpose back out of Desota, Texas—flipped from the Oregon Ducks late Monday night and committed to Ohio State.
Dontre Wilson, blue-chip RB from DeSoto TX,just committed to sign with Ohio Stateon Wednesday. Was previously committed to Oregon.— Tim May (@TIM_MAYsports) February 5, 2013
Wilson is a dynamic playmaker…
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