Urban Meyer has proven what he can do both on and off the field for the Ohio State Buckeyes, and his 2013 recruiting class provides a lot of hope for the future of the program.
Meyer has managed to secure commitments from 24 total recruits thus far, including 18 of the 4-star variety. And while Ohio State is the future destination of a lot of quality high school players, it has yet to land a marquee 5-star prospect.
With national signing day right around the corner, the Buckeyes have the opportunity to finish this year’s recruiting process strong, and there would be no better way to do so than by swaying 5-star safety Vonn Bell.
OSU’s highest-rated commits this season (Eli Apple and Cameron Burrows) leave high school as two highly coveted cornerback prospects. The Buckeyes also managed to swing safety Jayme Thompson and cornerback Gareon Conley—both solid 4-star prospects.
While many incoming freshman don’t see much playing time during their first year,…
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