Just when it seemed like national signing day was going to be a chance for the Buckeyes to add one or two more pieces, next Wednesday may have OSU fans worried, as commit Ezekiel Elliott may be wavering.
Elliott, who had been a verbal to the Buckeyes since April 1, 2012 (per Scout.com), took a visit to Missouri last weekend (per ElevenWarriors.com) that now has fans concerned that he may no longer come to OSU.
Even more concerning is that Elliott is not talking anymore and won’t do so until he signs his national letter of intent (per Elliott’s Twitter account).
According to a tweet by The Ozone.net’s Brandon Castel, part of the concern on Elliott’s end is that OSU is after Oregon commit Dontre Wilson, who is also a running back.
The likelier reason for Elliott’s visit to Mizzou is that both of his parents went to school there and maybe he was just giving a courtesy visit.
The reason for so much concern is the fact is that anything can happen at this stage of the game in…
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