Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer is one of the best recruiters in college football, and that’s because he’s one of the most tenacious recruiters in college football.
Meyer doesn’t care about your unwritten rules, and he certainly doesn’t care if you’re vulnerable on the recruiting trail. In fact, I would dare say that Meyer is at his best when his opponent is at his worst.
Look no further than Meyer’s recent recruiting moves against Oregon for proof of that statement. The Ducks lost Chip Kelly to the NFL, and Meyer apparently saw his chance to pry away a few recruits, per Josh Canzano of The Oregonian (h/t Ty Duffy of Big Lead Sports)
Dontre Wilson, a 5-foot-10, 174-pound running back from Texas, committed to Oregon last spring. He now plans to visit Columbus this weekend. Meanwhile, Ohio State celebrated Kelly’s NFL announcement by rushing Buckeyes offensive coordinator Tom Herman to San Diego to visit four-star wide receiver Darren Carrington Jr., another UO…
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