The busy offseason continues for the Ohio State football team as recruiting is really heating up this spring.
The Ohio State football team and head coach Ryan Day have been hard at work with spring practices and recruiting this month. With north of 65 recruits visiting campus this spring, the Woody Hayes Athletic Center never sleeps.
Jackson Wiley, the son of former Buckeye running back Michael Wiley, took a visit to Ohio State this week. He met with coach Day and was told they the staff really liked his film and to keep working for that Buckeye offer.
Wiley is a 2025 wide receiver recruit from Lewis Center, Ohio and goes to Olentangy High School. While he is not yet ranked in the class, he already has seen some D1 offers from Kentucky, Miami (OH), and Toledo.
Speaking of receivers, Elijah Moore, a three-star recruit from Olney, Maryland announced that Ohio State is in his top 10 list of schools. Others on that list include Michigan, Penn State, Oregon, and Florida.
The Buckeye staff loves his size as the high school junior stands at 6-4 and already weighs over 190 pounds. Put that frame with Brian Hartline’s ability to coach up receivers and it’s very easy to see why the Buckeyes are high on Moore as a recruit. I would expect him to get into four-star territory before the 2024 class comes to a close in December.
Lastly, Aaron Scott, a four-star corner from Springfield, Ohio is set to make a visit to Columbus in April. With the need of adding quality corners to this roster so high, it’s imperative that the Buckeyes can land good local talent at the position when it becomes available to them.
Scott is exactly that as he has offers from Michigan, Kentucky, Notre Dame, and Tennessee. Hopefully, Ohio State can start making some headway in this recruitment on his upcoming visit.
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