With less than a week before signing day, the Buckeyes have all but two spots filled up in their recruiting class. Meyer and his staff have done an excellent job on the recruiting trail and it has shown with a top-three recruiting class in 2012 and another possible top-three class in 2013.
In this year’s class, Meyer focused a lot of his attention on skill players, linebackers and, of course, defensive linemen. He also managed to haul in a stud QB for the future and countless highly regarded secondary players. The new head coach recruited well within his home state, but he also ventured out into competitive states like Texas, California and Florida with a great deal of success.
But let’s face it.
Projections on these high school athletes are just that: projections. There have been countless highly touted recruits that haven’t panned out at the next level and there have been lowly 3-stars that convert to All-Americans in college.
Nonetheless, there are a few…
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