Ohio State added two new names to their previously committed group of 2011 recruits. The complete list of commitments, including brief profiles of each player, was released by the university this afternoon. Profiles from Bucknuts here.
Scout.com elevated the Buckeyes recruiting class to the No. 3 team ranking following the commitment of 5-star linebacker Curtis Grant, (pictured) of Richmond, VA., the nation’s #1-ranked OLB. Scout had eight OSU recruits ranked in their Scout.com Top 100: C.Grant (19), Braxton Miller (36), Steve Miller (42), Michael Bennett (57), Doran Grant (70), Ryan Shazier (81), Ken Hayes (87), and Brian Bobek (98)
In a mild surprise, Glenville quarterback Cardale Jones received and accepted an offer from the OSU staff, but he is not officially considered part of the 2011 recruiting class. Jones will reportedly attend prep school next year, and then enroll at OSU under a “grayshirt” status, making him a part of the 2012 class instead. Bucknuts story.
The Rivals rating service ranked the Buckeyes class at No. 10 in the nation, and placed four OSU recruits in the Rivals Top 100 : C.Grant (2) , B.Miller (34) , Bennett (41), and Hayes (68)
ESPN is widely thought to be a distant third behind Scout and Rivals in terms of the credibility of their college recruiting ratings, but they have their Top 150 ranking too. Here are the OSU signees in that group: S. Miller (30), C. Grant (46), D. Grant (69), B. Miller (80), Shazier (81), Evan Spencer (106), and Bennett (127). ESPN had the OSU class rated 7th in the nation.
Here’s a listing of today’s commitments for all of the nine FBS football programs in the state of Ohio.
More on the class of 2011 in last week's TCF article.
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