Ohio State’s only Oregon commitment to take an official visit was Dontre Wilson (DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto) and the Buckeyes are starting to cut their numbers down in terms of possible suitors for the slot receiver/wide receiver position to fill out the 2013 recruiting class. Darren Carrington (San Diego/Horizon) will not be making an official visit this weekend to Columbus, Ohio. He joins Tyree Robinson and Tyrell Robinson (San Diego/Lincoln) as Ducks commits with visits planned that were scrapped the week they were supposed to take place — the Robinsons were supposed to be in Columbus last weekend.
Ohio State and Oregon are locked in a battle for a quartet of the Ducks’ top commitments. Things have changed daily since Chip Kelly’s departure, but it appears that half of the quartet being wooed by Urban Meyer has put an end to the speculation. After an in-home visit with an army of Oregon coaches on Tuesday evening, ATH Tyrell Robinson (San Diego, Calif./Lincoln) and twin brother WR Tyree Robinson (San Diego, Calif./Lincoln) have scrapped their plans to visit Ohio State this weekend.
At least two Oregon commits are planning an official visit to Ohio State. With the absence of former Ducks coach Chip Kelly, whose departure for the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles was announced Wednesday, some commits are taking a look. For ESPN 300 wide receiver Tyree Robinson and athlete Tyrell Robinson (San Diego/Lincoln) an official visit to the Buckeyes could come as soon as Jan. 25. “I just want to make sure I’m making the best decision for my family,” Tyree said.
The Oregon Ducks were dealt a heavy blow this afternoon when Chip Kelly agreed to leave the school to become the new head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles (per the Eagles’ official website). With Ohio…
It didn’t take long for Ohio State to look into the possibility of gaining a few Oregon pledges after Chip Kelly left to coach the Philadelphia Eagles on Wednesday.