Ohio State football 2024 recruits: Offensive additions arriving this summer

A few members of the 2024 Ohio State football recruiting class will arrive for the offense this Summer.
Incoming 2024 WR Mylan Graham
Incoming 2024 WR Mylan Graham / Lori Schmidt / Columbus Dispatch / USA

The vast majority of the 2024 Ohio State football team's recruiting class enrolled in January, went through the grueling winter conditioning program and concluded spring football practice. Out of a class that wound up with 22 scholarship players, 15 of them are already finishing up their first semester of college.

What about those players who did not enroll early? This article, and next week's, will look at those remaining players, on both sides of the ball. This week's article will focus on the recruits who are going to be on offense for the Buckeyes. Players will be listed in the order that they gave Ohio State their verbal commitment during the recruiting process.

WR Mylan Graham (New Haven, IN)

Pictured above, Graham was offered a scholarship by Ohio State WR Coach Brian Hartline during an Ohio State summer camp and committed to the Buckeyes on 04/04/2023. Even though Graham did not participate in spring football, it will not be surprising if Graham is able to contribute to Ohio State this coming season within the wide receiver group. Graham "shows the ability to high-point the ball and catch it away from his body. He should be an impact college player and a potential early draft choice." ~ Allen Trieu, recruiting analyst, 247Sports.com

TE Max LeBlanc (Chattanooga TN Baylor School)

Hailing from Saint-Bruno, Quebec in Canada, LeBlanc played his final two seasons of high school football in Tennessee. LeBlanc committed to Ohio State on 04/15/2023 and is listed at 6'4", 227 pounds. LeBlanc helped lead Baylor School to the state championship game last season. On LeBlanc, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day stated, "His film is tremendous. We think he brings a lot of versatility to the team.".

TE Damarion Witten (Cleveland Glenville)

A familiar recruiting stomping ground for Ohio State, Witten will be joining his teammate Bryce West in Columbus. West was an early enrollee, while Witten did not. Witten gave his verbal commitment to Ohio State on 06/24/2023, the same as Bryce West.

Witten was named the Most Valuable Player of the U.S. Army Bowl, after 4 catches for 96 yards and 3 touchdowns. Listed at 6'4", 215 pounds, Witten may need some time to bulk up for the traditional blocking responsibilities of an Ohio State tight end but could be used this season in passing situations. It would not be surprising if Witten sees some time at wide receiver.

OL Gabe VanSickle (Coopersville, MI)

Originally a verbal commitment to Northwestern, VanSickle reopened his recruitment and verbally committed to Ohio State on 11/23/2023. VanSickle lined up at left tackle for his high school team, but projects as an interior offensive lineman in college.

Listed at 6'5", 313 pounds, VanSickle will probably be a prime redshirting candidate, as most offensive or defensive linemen are at Ohio State."We see a really athletic guard that could eventually move to center. But he's very athletic and has huge upside." ~Ohio State head coach Ryan Day


Four incoming offensive recruits will soon be making their way to Columbus for summer conditioning with their teammates. Next week, we will look at the incoming recruits who will be lining up on the defensive side of the ball for the Ohio State football team.