Urban Meyer and Ohio State closed out the 2013 recruiting class with a bang on national signing day, gaining commitments from a pair of prospects who were deciding between the Buckeyes and a number of the premier programs around the country.
Both 5-star safety Vonn Bell and 4-star wide receiver James Clark committed to Ohio State on Wednesday. With 24 commits in all, Meyer and the Buckeyes secured a consensus top-five recruiting class and the top class in the Big Ten.
With the two new additions, Meyer was thrilled with how the day turned out:
Urban Meyer: “It was a great day. I thought it was going to be a very good day, but I’d put it in the great category.”— Brandon Castel (@BCastOZone) February 6, 2013
It wasn’t all good as the Buckeyes lost out on some prospects who had been previously committed to Ohio State for a while.
By and large, though, the good handily outweighed the bad for Ohio State on National Signing Day.
Signing Clark, the…
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