With 22 commitments already in the fold, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer is looking to put the finishing touches on his 2013 recruiting class.
Unfortunately for the Buckeyes, that finishing touch won’t include 3-star offensive tackle Dan Skipper, Meyer’s top offensive line target.
The former Tennessee commit reopened his recruitment after Derek Dooley’s termination, and it quickly became a two-horse race between Arkansas and Ohio State. Meyer and the Buckeyes lost that race, though, according to The Denver Post.
Arkansas landsabig recruit in Colorado prep OL Dan Skipper (6-10, 295), who also had offers from Tenn, Ohio State, Michigan and Ole Miss— Dudley E. Dawson (@Dedsports) January 28, 2013
Despite the fact that Arkansas will be going through a transition with new head coach Bret Bielema, Skipper is very familiar with offensive coordinator Jim Chaney and offensive line coach Sam Pittman, both of whom were coaching at Tennessee when Skipper initially committed to the…
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