If there’s one thing that Urban Meyer wanted to put emphasis on when it came to the 2013 recruiting class, it was to upgrade the wide receivers.
Well, it was mission accomplished as Ohio State landed three: Jalin Marshall, James Clark, and Corey Smith.
Each have a unique ability that separate themselves, but all have traits that Coach Meyer looks for from his play-makers.
Some say Marshall is the prized recruit of this Buckeye class. He’s an Ohio kid who committed in January of 2012. Playing quarterback in Middletown High School’s option based attack, Marshall dazzled with his big plays each week and was unquestionably the best prospect in the state of Ohio.
There will be a learning curve, though, as Jalin will have to develop as a pure receiver. Question marks surrounded him when his first test at receiver came at the Under Armour All-America game.
Reports were that he struggled adjusting in the early goings,…
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