Urban Meyer and the No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes have a big weekend ahead of them.
Of course, that’s always the case leading up to the annual Ohio State – Michigan game. This year’s clash between the two rivals is especially important for the Buckeyes, though—not just because an undefeated season hangs in the balance, but because of the enormous recruiting implications.
More than 40 of the nation’s highest rated 2013 and 2014 recruits will invade Columbus this weekend to watch Ohio State take on Michigan from the sidelines. From verbal commitments getting a glimpse of their future home to undecided prospects looking to soak up the environment, dozens of the nation’s elite high school players will be watching the action unfold.
Rivals.com recruiting analyst Josh Helmholdt talked about Ohio State’s big opportunity, “In 10 years of doing this, this is one of the biggest recruiting weekends I’ve come across. It just seems this could be an…
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