Watch Ohio State football recruiting target eviscerate Notre Dame commit at a camp

An Ohio State football recruiting target absolutely wrecked a Notre Dame offensive tackle commit during a drill at a camp.
Cameron Jackson (0) and Justin Hill (8) drop Nathan Webster for a only a short gain for the Eagles
Cameron Jackson (0) and Justin Hill (8) drop Nathan Webster for a only a short gain for the Eagles / Geoff Blankenship for The Enquirer / USA

The Ohio State football program is hard at work building its 2025 recruiting class. They currently have the number one class in the country. It's only going to get better as the Summer goes along too. Camp season will bring in a fresh batch of recruiting commitments.

There is one recruiting target for the Buckeyes who is at a camp right now. Justin Hill, a linebacker recruit from Cincinnati, is one of the many prospects competing at the Under Armour camp this weekend. He is working against some of the best offensive tackles in his class.

If you want to see how good Hill is, take a look at the video below of him going against a four-star offensive lineman who has committed to Notre Dame.

That's a heck of a bull rush! Hill completely flattens him using his strength. I'd like to see him do that in pads on Saturdays for the Ohio State football program. Ohio State is one of the many programs that have offered him a scholarship. He has 24 offers at the moment.

The Buckeyes offered him in March of 2023. He has yet to visit Ohio State in any sort of capacity, but that doesn't mean he can't. He has visited Miami and USC though. He's down to a final four of Ohio State, Oregon, Alabama, and USC.

The Buckeyes are going to need some guys who can rush the passer once the 2024 season ends and they lose J.T. Tuimoloau and Jack Sawyer. Hill looks like he's someone who can do just that. He still has room to get faster and stronger once he gets to college too.


We'll keep you updated on any additional steps that Hill takes in terms of his recruitment. Ohio State would love to land this in-state prospect.