Brady Hoke is pushing Urban Meyer for the Big Ten’s best recruiting class for 2013. The Buckeyes missed and were snubbed on some key players that could have propelled their class over their rivals.
But at this point in time, the Buckeyes are still in the running for and have already signed an excellent crop of young players to develop under Meyer’s tutelage.
That’s in addition to last season’s No. 4 overall class, according to Rival’s team rankings.
Getting the talent to sign and getting the right talent for your system are entirely different things. Then, there is the follow through.
Meyer has proven to be able to deliver on the end game, and he will likely make due with whatever recruits he ends up netting.
Still, here are a couple of snubs he will be wishing he could have brought to Columbus.
Tony Stevens, WR, Texas A&M
Losing Stevens hurts (via Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel) because the Aggies look like legitimate title…
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