With 11 commitments for the 2013 Ohio State recruiting class, there are likely no more than five to seven spots remaining. Urban Meyer and company already have made offers to 43 players for 2014, so the staff must feel like they are in good shape for this year, unlike some OSU fans that seem to be panicking.
Drama has been an uncharacteristic part of the beginning of the 2013 recruiting season. Starting off strong with Cameron Burrows, Jalin Marshall, Billy Price, and Eli Woodard, OSU fans felt that 2013 started where the top-five class of 2012 left off.
But drama ensued.
Lewis Neal and Alex Anzalone committed than quickly de-committed. Fire and wrath from OSU fans descended upon these two young men.
Players once thought to be Ohio State leans, like Ethan Pocic and Jaylon Smith, chose other schools. Players who had offers, like TE Josh McNeil and Maurice Hurst Jr., complained that OSU lost interest in them. Mike McCray, an OSU legacy, committed to Michigan then…
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