Ohio State Buckeyes 2011 Class Prospects and Offers

Ohio State Buckeyes 2011 Class Prospects and Offers

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Ohio State Buckeyes 2011 Class Prospects and Offers

With colleges making early offers to juniors starting in September, Ohio State has jumped on earlier with offers to 15 high school juniors who could make up their 2011 class. A lot can change between now and when 2011 recruits sign their letters of intent in February 2011, but at the current time there should be 14 scholarships available for the class as 14 seniors will be leaving the program to graduation.

By Steve Patterson

Here is the list of current 2011 recruits with offers from Ohio State. The Buckeyes have a good distribution of offers across all positions with only the tailback position not present in the current offer list.

QB Everett Golson
6-0 170
Myrtle Beach, SC

QB Braxton Miller
6-2 185 4.47
Huber Heights (Ohio) Wayne

WR Shane Wynn
5-8 160 4.43
Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville

WR Karlos Williams
6-0 187 4.5 
Davenport Ridge (FL)

TE Ben Koyack
6-5 230 4.75
Oil City, Pa.

OT Tyler Moore
6-5/280
Clearwater Countryside (FL)

DE Kenny Hayes
6-5 230
Toledo (Oh.) Whitmer
Committed to Ohio State

DE Steve Miller
6-4 205
Canton (Oh.) McKinley
LB Trey DePriest
6-1 215 4.5
Springfield, Ohio

LB James Vaughters
6-2 215 4.6 
Tucker, GA

CB Doran Grant
5-11 175 4.45
Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary

CB Keelin Smith
6-3 185
Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast (FL)

S Jeremy Cash
6-2 185
Plantation (FL)

S Eilar Hardy
6'0 175
Pickerington (Ohio) Central

S Lamarcus Brutus
6-1 185 4.6
Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast (FL)

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