In the 2013 recruiting class Urban Meyer and his Ohio State coaching staff picked up right where they left off with the 2012 class.
When Meyer took over in late November 2012 the Buckeyes’ recruiting class was in a state of limbo. But, three months later Meyer had signed one of the top classes in the country.
The 2012 class was topped off with two commitments on National Signing Day from Jamal Marcus and Kyle Dodson.
Like last year, the Buckeyes only have a few spots left as the recruiting season comes to a close. Since Ohio State has limited scholarships because of NCAA sanctions, the Buckeyes have one or two spots left open.
The Buckeyes are still in the hunt for safety Vonn Bell, running back/wide receiver Dontre Wilson, fellow receiver James Clark and offensive linemen Cameron Hunt.
It seems like Ohio State will take Bell, Hunt and Wilson or Clark if those players want in, but the Buckeyes may not be the favorite for any of them.
It is unlikely that they could fit all…
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