The Ohio State Buckeyes already boast one of the top recruiting classes in the country, but they're far from done. They're still strongly pursuing two of their top targets, convincing them to make official visits before signing day.
The three-star cornerback from Kissimmee, FL, has three official visits left, and he plans to take all of them in January, including one to Columbus.
“I know I’m going to take Ohio State. I know I’m going to take Florida State. But, I mean, if the coaches from Ole Miss, they get their guys and stuff like that, then I’m going to take it to Tennessee, most definitely.”
The 6'2", 185-pounder said that Florida State and NC State are his two favorites at this time, but thinks the Buckeyes can shoot to the top of his list if they make a strong impression on him during their visit. Becker plans to make the trip the weekend of Jan. 23.
Young, a 2017 four-star defensive end from Hyattsville, MD, said Ohio State is at the top of his list because of their coaching staff.
“I’m definitely interested in Ohio State because they have one of the best or the best defensive line coach in the country, Larry Johnson. And they have one of the best head coaches in the country, Urban Meyer. [Johnson] talked to my coach about me,” Young said. “I’ve never been to Ohio State. I want to get up there, sometime in the offseason.”
The 6'5", 220-pounder has 26 scholarship offers and is ranked as the No. 97 overall recruit in the country in the class of 2017.Back to the Ohio State Buckeyes Newsfeed