2014 cornerback Marshon Lattimore is one of the top defensive backs in the country and has committed to play for Ohio State next season.
4-Star CB Marshon Lattimore has committed to play for the Ohio State Buckeyes. The 6’0″, 175-pound athlete is one of the top prospects in the country and will be a phenomenal addition to coach Urban Meyer’s strong 2014 defensive class. What will Lattimore mean to the Buckeyes program? B/R’s college football analyst Michael Felder breaks down what to expect from this top recruit at the next level. Highlights courtesy of XOSDigital.com Read more Ohio State Football news on BleacherReport.com
It’s time to dip into the BuckeyeNation recruiting mailbag and answer some of your questions. We’ll try to give everyone a chance to get their questions answered. We encourage you to send your questions by Twitter at @bbournival, by email at email@example.com or by posting a question in the Horseshoe Pit forum. @buckeyefan686: Here’s the scenario: Ohio State takes 20 recruits. If Raekwon McMillan and Marshon Lattimore commit, do they take three more offensive linemen and if not, who grabs the last spots?
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A year ago, no one knew who Marshon Lattimore (Cleveland/Glenville) was. Today, Alabama, USC, Michigan, Ohio State and Oregon are knocking on his door, hoping the all-everything athlete might choose to continue his football career on their campuses. He’s the No. 51 player in the ESPN 150 and the top prospect in the Ohio, but search him on YouTube, Hudl or most recruiting sites and the player didn’t exist before nine months ago.
Marshon Lattimore is the No 1 player from the state of Ohio, according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, so naturally, Ohio State is on top of his interest list (247Sports).
In fact, Ohio State is the only team on his …
Anyone who has hung around Marshon Lattimore (Cleveland/Glenville) long enough knows the ESPN Watch List junior is a man of few words. Long-winded answers won’t fly out of the mouth of the 6-foot, 178-pound Lattimore, but hang around long enough and he’ll tell you exactly what he thinks after taking a visit. One of the most sought after juniors in the country, Lattimore was back on Ohio State’s campus Saturday and loved what he saw.
Lattimore is near the top of Ohio State’s recruiting board, as his many skill sets set …
Athlete Marshon Lattimore (Cleveland/Glenville) indicated in a text message that he will be on the Ohio State campus Saturday and is bringing his mother, father and uncle along with him. Lattimore is no stranger to Columbus, Ohio, as he already has made a handful of visits to see the Buckeyes. The 6-foot, 179-pound Lattimore picked up his offer from the Buckeyes on Labor Day, and offers from Alabama, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina State, Penn State, Tennessee, Toledo and USC have followed.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — University of Alabama head coach Nick Saban went back to the area where he first started coaching to offer a trio of 2014 prospects on Wednesday. The group from Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville High School included Ohio State commitment Marcelys Jones, ESPN Watch List athlete Marshon Lattimore and safety Erick Smith. “I was just real excited,” Jones said. “It made my day a lot better. It was just a great day.” Jones committed to the Buckeyes on Christmas, but the offer from the Crimson Tide certainly caught his attention.
Marshon Lattimore is one of the top high school prospects in Ohio going into the 2013 football season. At 6’, 175 pounds, Scout.com lists him as the No. 2-ranked receiver in their early rankings for the class of 2014 prospects.…