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  No 3 Ohio State v No 11 Oregon
Posted by: Steve - 09-11-2021, 10:56 AM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p>Saturday September 11<sup>th</sup> 2021 at Noon on FOX<p>Oregon Ducks (1-0) @ Ohio State Buckeyes (1-0)<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-d64346a8b24a_137EA-CJStroud_2.jpg"><img width="1044" height="589" title="CJStroud" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="CJStroud" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-d64346a8b24a_137EA-CJStroud_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a><h2>Oregon Against Fresno State</h2><p>Oregon, a Pac 12 top contender, began the season going up against Fresno State, coming out on top 31-24. They were evenly balanced with 172 yards passing and 186 yards rushing. Running back <a href="https://www.instagram.com/cj_verdell/" target="_blank">CJ Verdell</a> ran 18 times for 74 yards and a touchdown. Receiver <a href="https://goducks.com/sports/football/roster/johnny-johnson-iii/10565" target="_blank">Johnny Johnson III</a> caught 3 passes for 76 yards and a touchdown. They didn’t allow Fresno State to run much, only 76 yards. But the Bulldogs got them for 298 yards through the air. <h2>Ohio State Last Weekend</h2><p>Being an Ohio State fan, you know the Buckeyes beat Big Ten in conference Minnesota 45-31 last Thursday. <a href="https://escoutroom.com/eScoutRoom/Articles/Articles-Detail/ArticleId/3028/Ohio-States-Class-of-2020-Early-Signing-Period" target="_blank">Quarterback CJ Stroud</a> passed for 294 yards and 4 touchdowns. <a href="https://fryingpansports.com/miyan-williams-from-winton-woods/" target="_blank">Miyan Williams</a> ran 9 times for 125 yards and a touchdown. While <a href="https://twitter.com/chrisolave_" target="_blank">Chris Olave</a> was in good form with 4 receptions for 117 yards and 2 touchdowns. <p>Ohio State is considered a 14.5 favorite to win in the Horseshoe in this out of conference important contest.<h2>How Oregon Can Compete</h2><p>Oregon might try to control the clock by running the ball a lot like Minnesota did, but Ohio State can score quickly. <a href="https://www.espn.com/college-football/player/_/id/4035312/anthony-brown" target="_blank">Quarterback Anthony Brown</a> could do a decent job of moving the ball on the ground. And the Ducks have a better defense than the Golden Gophers with <a href="https://www.facebook.com/SwaggBoy5000" target="_blank">Kayvon Thibodeaux</a> on the edge, but not enough to win this one.</p><div class="feedflare">
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  Louisiana G Cedric Russell Transfers for Buckeyes
Posted by: Steve - 07-17-2021, 03:48 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-daeda4399912_D231-CedricRussell_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="422" title="CedricRussell" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="CedricRussell" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-daeda4399912_D231-CedricRussell_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></p><p>With <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/3108/duane-washington-jrs-departure-from-the-buckeyes" target="_blank">Duane Washington Jr</a> leaving Ohio State for the NBA draft recently, the Buckeyes were looking for a guard to add to the roster and found Louisiana Lafayette 6’2” <a href="https://twitter.com/CeddypDaChief" target="_blank">guard Cedric Russell</a>. He will be eligible for the 2021-2022 basketball season at Ohio State. He is a transfer who completed four years for the Ragin Cajuns in the Sub Belt conference.</p><h2>Cedric Russell Sharp Shooter</h2><p>A sharp shooter from 3 point range, he made 40% from behind the arc, placing him in the top 20 nationally at the division I level. Russell’s average points per game increased over the last three years from 11.4 to 14.4 to 17.2, in his final year. He was also looking at St Johns, Marquette, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma as new destinations.</p><p>Russell seems quite enthusiastic about his final two years of college ball being played at a major Big Ten program like OSU.</p><h2>Ohio State Men’s Basketball 2021-2022</h2><p>Ohio State’s 2021 season begins against Akron on November 9th. <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/2835/chris-holtmann-joins-the-buckeyes-as-coach" target="_blank">Chris Holtmann</a> also added <a href="https://escoutroom.com/eScoutRoom/Articles/Articles-Detail/ArticleId/3099/Former-Penn-State-Guard-Jamari-Wheeler-Transfers-To-Ohio-State" target="_blank">guard Jamari Wheeler</a> from Penn State for the upcoming season, a player that is known for defense. Wheeler replaces point guard CJ Walker on the roster who graduated at end of last season.</p> <iframe width="975" height="548" title="YouTube video player" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/RcDhsTQRqCM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture"></iframe> <h3>Cedric Russell Sunbelt highlights</h3><div class="feedflare">
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  Duane Washington Jr's Departure From The Buckeyes
Posted by: Steve - 07-02-2021, 02:01 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Duane-Washington-Jrs-Departure-From-The-_133DD-DuaneWashingtonJr_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="364" title="DuaneWashingtonJr" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="DuaneWashingtonJr" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Duane-Washington-Jrs-Departure-From-The-_133DD-DuaneWashingtonJr_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></p><p><a href="https://twitter.com/dwizthekid4" target="_blank">Duane Washington Jr</a> has declared that he is planning on leaving Ohio State for the NBA Draft effective immediately. All Ohio State basketball fans are waiting to see where Duane Washington Jr will get drafted or will he be an international star like <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/1201/david-lighty-lifts-ohio-state-past-illinois" target="_blank">David Lighty</a>. He would have been a senior next season at Ohio State. Take a look at his career in the basketball program and prospects to decide for yourself if you will be a first-round pick:</p> <h2>Duane Washington Jr's College Stats</h2> <p>From the moment he put on a Buckeyes jersey, Duane has been beloved by Ohio fans across the state and country. Now, it's time to look at Duane Washington Jr's stats to see if he has lived up to the hype. For a basketball player, threat and versatility, it's Duane Washington Jr that decides the outcome of the game. Duane Jr stands at 6-3 and 210 pounds with tremendous physical tools that were developed during his prime playing days in high school basketball. He played three years at Ohio State with his minutes per game increasing each year along with his average points per game, 7 in 2018 to 16.4 in 2020. His assists per game steadily rose from 1.1 as a freshman to 2.9 in his 3rd year. He was also able to grab more rebounds per game, finishing with 3.4 a game as a Junior.</p> <h2>Chances of Being a First-Round Pick For Duane Washington Jr </h2> <p>You've heard about the massive transformation that Duane Washington Jr. is implementing with his basketball game. He shot 41.0% from the field last year and was the the most consistent player for <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/2835/chris-holtmann-joins-the-buckeyes-as-coach" target="_blank">Chris Holtmann</a> as a junior. And with an incredibly athletic build and high basketball IQ---Washington could be a devastating scorer for any team that drafts him. Therefore, it is likely that teams that are rebuilding their bench will sign him in the upcoming draft. If teams do pass on him in the second round, you can be sure to see him on a NBA G league roster next year. </p> <h2>How Wise Was It For Duane Washington Jr To Declare for the draft</h2> <p>It is not every day a player leaves the school in the midst of his final year of eligibility. When Duane Washington Jr originally committed to Ohio State, there was a big celebration by Buckeye fans. He also posed for pictures next to a poster of himself wearing an Ohio State jersey. This then led him to work out with his future teammates, including <a href="https://brutusreport.com/Articles/Latest/Latest-Articles-Detail/ArticleId/2920/Ohio-State-Forward-Keita-Bates-Diop-NBA-Draft" target="_blank">Keita Bates Diop</a> and C.J. Jackson. Recently he made himself eligible for the NBA draft but still leave open the possibility of returning to the Buckeyes. But late June saw him take the final step and remain in the draft ending his college career.</p> <p>Scouts feel that he is an above average athlete that sometimes takes questionable shots. That he is a good shooter and excellent from the foul line but does not tend to draw fouls. He handles the ball well but did not produce the assists they would like to see in a college guard. And that he is good at defensive but could improve his focus and rebounding.</p><div class="feedflare">
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Posted on Thu, 01 Jul 2021 21:24:00 GMT at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Brutusrep...e-buckeyes

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  Wide Receiver Kaleb Brown Attends NFA 7v7
Posted by: Steve - 06-19-2021, 02:16 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Wide-Receiver-Kaleb-Brown_D8F1-KalebBrownOhioState_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="364" title="KalebBrownOhioState" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="KalebBrownOhioState" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Wide-Receiver-Kaleb-Brown_D8F1-KalebBrownOhioState_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></p><p>2022 <a href="https://twitter.com/ikaleb35/" target="_blank">All-American Kaleb Brown</a> spent June working out at the NFA (<a href="https://www.nfa7v7.com/" target="_blank">National Football Association</a>) 7v7 tournament.</p><p>The 5’11” 180 lbs. wide receiver from Chicago Illinois is considered the 5th best at his position in the country and a four star recruit. He is a selection for the 2022 All American Bowl on January 8th on NBC from San Antonio Texas.</p><p>Brown recently committed to play college football after Ohio State after being recruited by over 19 schools including Michigan, Notre Dame, Florida and Alabama. He has a relationship with two Wolverine teammates in AJ Henning and JJ McCarthy which led some to believe that he would end up in Ann Arbor. But Brian Hartline has kept constant contact with the highly sought after player and landed the deal.</p><h2>Kaleb Brown At The Slot</h2><p>Brown was featured as a tailback at Saint Rita High School but is projected to play slot receiver at the next level. Being a little different than the number of top rated receivers OSU has secured over the past three years could help Brown find the field.</p><p>He can get separation with burst and quickness and has great hands. He is a possibility in the kick return game early in his time in Columbus.</p><h2>Kaleb Brown Visits</h2><p>Brown was on an official visit to Ohio State when he made his commitment to the school. He stated that his relationship with receivers coach Hartline was a major factor and being recruited during the dead period showed who was really serious.</p><div class="feedflare">
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  Ryan Turner 2022 Ohio State Commit to Visit June 11th
Posted by: Steve - 05-29-2021, 04:07 AM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Ryan-Turner_11456-RyanTurner_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="364" title="RyanTurner" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="RyanTurner" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Ryan-Turner_11456-RyanTurner_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></p><p><a href="https://twitter.com/RyanTurner_20" target="_blank">Ryan Turner</a> is considered one of South Florida’s best defensive backs. Rated a three star recruit and the 34th best nationally at the position. He adds to a strong 2022 class ranked 2 in the country and the top class in the Big Ten. Kye Stokes, <a href="https://fryingpansports.com/jaheim-singletary-2022-cornerback-for-ohio-state/" target="_blank">Jaheim Singletary</a> and <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/3050/ohio-state-cb-jyaire-brown-from-new-orleans" target="_blank">Jyaire Brown</a> are already part of the class at defensive back.</p><p>Turner picked Ohio State over offers from Penn State, Clemson and Boston College. He had 27 scholarship offers before he made the commitment to the Buckeyes on May 5th 2021.</p><h2>Why Ryan Turner</h2><p>At 6’0” 180lbs. he’s a physical back like Ohio State is always looking for.</p><p>Kerry Combs and Matt Barnes went after Turner after a junior season that only provided stats of 16 tackles and 1 interception. His stock has risen over the Winter months.</p><p>Turner has great speed, ability to make tackles, ball skills, and good strength.</p><h2>What Turner Means for Ohio State</h2><p>Ohio State had an outstanding 2021 defensive backfield class. With Turner now in the 2022 class, they turn to add one more at the position from either <a href="https://247sports.com/player/toriano-pride-46058972/" target="_blank">Toriano Pride</a> or <a href="https://247sports.com/player/jayden-bellamy-46086351/" target="_blank">Jayden Bellamy</a>. Both Pride and Bellamy are planning visits to Columbus this coming month on June 11th.</p><div class="feedflare">
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  Ohio State Players In The 2021 NFL Draft
Posted by: Steve - 04-30-2021, 12:15 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<h2><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Ohio-State-Players-In-The-2021-NFL-Draft_11FCB-JustinFields_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="431" title="JustinFields" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="JustinFields" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Ohio-State-Players-In-The-2021-NFL-Draft_11FCB-JustinFields_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></h2><h2>Justin Fields</h2><p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/2955/justin-fields-is-moving-from-georgia-to-ohio-state" target="_blank">Justin Fields</a> will be the first selection from Ohio State in the 2021 NFL Draft. Many different predictions on where he will be selected. Could go to the Detroit Lions at the 7th pick or all the way down to the 32nd pick with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he would sit behind <a href="https://www.nfl.com/players/tom-brady/" target="_blank">Tom Brady</a> for a couple of years. Picking a quality NFL quarterback in the draft is often a coin flip with 50% of the selections not working out. <a href="https://twitter.com/trevorlawrencee" target="_blank">Trevor Lawrence</a> from Clemson and <a href="https://www.instagram.com/zachkapono1/" target="_blank">Zach Wilson</a> from Brigham Young will probably be the top 2 quarterback selections with <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mac_Jones" target="_blank">Alabama quarterback Mac Jones</a> also being considered higher than Fields.</p><h2>Ohio State Players to Also Be Drafted</h2><p>Guard Wyatt Davis – 2nd Round</p><p>Linebacker Pete Werner – 2nd Round</p><p>Cornerback Shaun Wade – 2nd Round</p><p>Center Josh Myers – 3rd Round</p><p>Running Back Trey Sermon – 3rd Round</p><p>Defensive Tackle Tommy Togiai – 3rd Round</p><p>Linebacker Baron Browning – 4th Round</p><p>Defensive End Jonathon Cooper – 5th Round</p><p>Linebacker Tuf Borland – 6th Round</p><p>Linebacker Justin Hilliard – 7th Round</p><p>Tight End Luke Farrell – 7th Round</p><p>Punter Drew Chisman</p><p>Kicker Blake Haubeil</p> <iframe width="910" height="512" title="YouTube video player" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/7E8Hsu620IY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture"></iframe> <h3>Ohio State 2021 NFL Draft Prospects</h3><div class="feedflare">
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  Ohio State Spring Football 2021
Posted by: Steve - 03-27-2021, 02:02 PM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p>After a fall unlike any other in football history, plenty of Ohio State football fans look forward to the <a href="https://www.cleveland.com/osu/2021/03/when-will-ohio-state-football-hold-its-2021-spring-game-and-can-fans-attend.html" target="_blank">2021 Spring Game</a>. Now that it is less than a month away (currently scheduled for April 17), fans are starting to wonder if this will be their first time getting a glimpse of the team in person in over a year. Plans are still up in the air a bit, but this is what we know so far about the game.</p><p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Ohio-State-Spring-Football-2021_10051-OhioStateSpringGame_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="484" title="OhioStateSpringGame" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="OhioStateSpringGame" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Ohio-State-Spring-Football-2021_10051-OhioStateSpringGame_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></p> <h2>Will fans be allowed at the Ohio State Spring Football Game?</h2> <p>Thanks to relaxed restrictions in the state of Ohio and by the <a href="https://www.si.com/college/ohiostate/football/ohio-state-football-may-benefit-from-big-ten-covid-protocol-change" target="_blank">Big Ten</a>, attendance is coming back in some capacity for spring sports. That means <a href="https://brutusreport.com/" target="_blank">Ohio State football</a> will be able to take advantage of these new rules as well. Attendance policies are most related to local health guidelines, so for Ohio, that means teams can have up to 30% capacity.</p> <p>How does that equate to Ohio Stadium? That means roughly 15,000 to 20,000 fans can enter the stadium and watch the Spring Game. That total number might still seem like a bit of a disappointment for many eager fans, but it is a step in the right direction to get back to some level of normal.</p> <p>It seems as though Ohio State will wait until as close to the game as possible to decide how many fans are allowed in and who will have that opportunity to attend. At this time, it looks promising, but there's nothing official as of yet.</p> <h2>How will tickets be handled if fans are allowed?</h2> <p>Much like during the 2020 fall season, the attendance restrictions for spring games all around the Big Ten will almost certainly allow families to attend the game. This might expand to frontline workers as the next beneficiaries, and the remaining spots could open up to fans of the team with no personal connection.</p> <p><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gene_Smith_(athletic_director)" target="_blank">Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith</a> originally said that there would be no tickets sold to the spring game, so families and frontline workers are possibly looking at free tickets. While that's certainly beneficial, if tickets are open to the public, Ohio State might sell them with so much demand out there. Another possibility is to hold some sort of lottery for the remaining spots.</p> <h2>When is the game, and will there be a way to watch it for free?</h2> <p>As the April 17th date approaches, it seems more likely that it will stick as the annual Spring Game's official date for Ohio State football. Fans are always intrigued with this game, and there will be options for those who can't get into Ohio Stadium to watch. The last Spring Game held in 2019 was televised by <a href="https://btn.com/school/ohio-state-buckeyes/" target="_blank">the Big Ten Network</a>. With so much still up in the air, it hasn't officially been announced that they will broadcast it again in 2021, but it would seem likely that would be the case if the schedule sticks.</p><div class="feedflare">
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  Marcus Hooker Suspended After Second OVI Citation
Posted by: Steve - 03-20-2021, 06:29 AM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Marcus-Hooker-Suspended-After-Second-OVI_9B91-MarcusHooker_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="475" title="MarcusHooker" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="MarcusHooker" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-Marcus-Hooker-Suspended-After-Second-OVI_9B91-MarcusHooker_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></p><p>Ohio State <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/2844/marcus-hooker-is-coming-to-ohio-state" target="_blank">safety Marcus Hooker</a> has been suspended by the Ohio State football program from the Buckeyes after he was cited for an OVI (Operating a Vehicle Impaired) early Saturday morning. This is Marcus Hooker's second off-the-field violation after an earlier OVI incident.</p>
<h2>Marcus Hooker OVI</h2><p>He was cited by the Columbus Police Department early Saturday morning, which is his second off-field incident. He signed with the Buckeyes some three years ago. A spokesperson for Ohio State confirmed that Hooker had been suspended indefinitely by the team and went on to say that no decision or timetable has been decided, or will be announced, about his return to the team.</p>
<p>Hooker was released and will be <a href="https://lettermenrow.com/ohio-state-football/ohio-state-buckeyes-football-marcus-hooker-arrest-ovi-charge-police-report/" target="_blank">arraigned in Franklin County</a> by the Prosecutors office on Friday, which marks the day that the his team mates are due to begin their spring practice. The police report states that Hooker refused a breathalyzer test after being pulled over and will be arraigned on a misdemeanor charge on Friday. This most recent Marcus Hooker OVI is his second. The fourth-year safety was also arrested in 2018 and charged with a DUI offence in Pennsylvania, his home state, before he began his Ohio State career. At that time he was also charged with careless driving, no rear lights and the purchase of alcohol by a minor. He was suspended by the Buckeyes for the season-opener at the time.</p>
<h2>Marcus Hooker Bio</h2><p>Hooker is the younger sibling of former Ohio State player and currently the <a href="https://brutusreport.com/Articles/Latest/Latest-Articles-Detail/ArticleId/2787/Malik-Hooker-Announces-His-Intentions" target="_blank">NFL safety Malik Hooker</a>. Marcus was rated a three-star recruit and was signed as part of the well-regarded 2018 class that was associated with high expectations. He began classes at Ohio State in 2018 and began playing in the summer of 2018 with the Buckeyes. Since then he has started in multiple games in the Ohio State secondary during his career.</p>
<p>Playing in 11 career games, Hooker has amassed a total of 23 tackles, one interception and a fumble recovery. He began the season as a starter in 2020 but did not manage to lock up the position and was eventually passed up in the depth chart.</p>
<h2>No Time Table on a Return</h2><p>Hooker has endured an up-and-down career since that rather inauspicious start. This event has marred what was looking to be a key spring training for him. The spring will now open without him available in practice and there is no definitive timeline for when he is likely to return to the Buckeyes. The duration of his suspension has not yet been decided or is unknown and no further details have been released by officials from the Ohio State football program. The team is slated to begin spring practice on Friday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.</p>
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  Kenyatta Jackson Jr Predicted to be Clemson or Ohio State for 2022
Posted by: Steve - 03-05-2021, 06:21 AM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-78aadf73f777_E8A1-KenyattaJacksonJr_2.png"><img width="244" height="168" title="KenyattaJacksonJr" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="KenyattaJacksonJr" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-78aadf73f777_E8A1-KenyattaJacksonJr_thumb.png" border="0"></a></p><p>Hollywood Florida defensive end <a href="https://twitter.com/_21shotz" target="_blank">Kenyatta Jackson Jr</a>, one of the best in the class of 2022, is predicted to either commit to Clemson or Ohio State for their next recruiting class. The 6’5” 230 lbs. 4 star defensive lineman is considered the 6th best at his position and the 85 best overall for the class nationally. He is being recruited for Ohio State by <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/1539/defensive-coaching-changes-at-the-ohio-state-university" target="_blank">Larry Johnson</a>. Anna Hickey from <a href="https://rubbingtherock.com/2021/02/03/clemson-football-4-star-de-prediction/" target="_blank">Clemson247</a> has him going to Clemson while <a href="https://twitter.com/gabyurrutia22?lang=en" target="_blank">Gaby Urrutia</a> of InsideTheU predicts he will commit to the Buckeyes.</p><h2>What Kenyatta Jackson Offers</h2><p>Jackson is recognized as a disruptive player at the defensive end position with a large wing-span and great hands. He can get to the quarterback and also pursues running backs just as easily. Comes from a family or NFL players with uncles and a grandfather all playing in the pros.</p><h2>NCAA Dead Period and Ohio State 2022</h2><p>Recruiting is currently in a dead-period declared by the NCAA to combat the spread of coronavirus. Ohio State has still been able to seal-the-deal with 11 recruits for 2022 and hopes to continue to have success. The Buckeyes currently have a class ranked as the best in the country. They do not have any defensive ends at this point in time but are strongly pursuing Enai White from Philadelphia, and Jackson.</p>

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  Ryan Day Announces 2021 Coaching Team Changes At Ohio State
Posted by: Steve - 02-15-2021, 06:11 AM - Forum: Football and Basketball - No Replies

<p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-20c4548c4043_14113-MattBarnesOhioState_2.jpg"><img width="644" height="364" title="MattBarnesOhioState" style="display: inline; background-image: none;" alt="MattBarnesOhioState" src="https://brutusreport.com/Portals/0/DNNArticle/Files/1405/WLWimages/Open-Live-Writer-20c4548c4043_14113-MattBarnesOhioState_thumb.jpg" border="0"></a></p><p><a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/2960/ryan-days-2019-ohio-state-football-staff" target="_blank">Ryan Day</a>, Ohio State head coach, announced that some changes in Ohio State coaches with <a href="https://ohiostatebuckeyes.com/coach/parker-fleming-2/" target="_blank">Parker Fleming</a> being promoted from quality control coach to special teams coordinator. This comes after Day's announcement late last month that <a href="https://twitter.com/coachgmattison" target="_blank">Greg Mattison</a> would be retiring. He was the Buckeyes co-defensive coordinator, leaving only one spot for Day to fill in his coaching staff.</p> <h2>Matt Barnes Defense Backs Coach</h2><p><a href="https://ohiostatebuckeyes.com/coach/matt-barnes/" target="_blank">Matt Barnes</a> has also been promoted to defensive backs coach from special teams coordinator/safeties coach which will free up defensive coordinator <a href="https://brutusreport.com/articles/latest/latest-articles-detail/articleid/3032/coach-kerry-coombs-the-bull-goes-home-and-recruits-martinez" target="_blank">Kerry Coombs</a> to work with the defense. Among the Ohio State coaches, Day said that Matt Barnes has done an excellent job in special teams and has a great background on defense and considers him a great young coach (Barnes is only 34). </p> <p>He also said he was excited at the changes and with Barnes spending his time with the secondary (though still helping with special teams) as he wanted continuity with special teams where he said the team had done a great job. Parker Fleming is someone that knows very well what we do, he continued, and said that he had earned the respect of the team.</p> <h2>Parker Fleming Quality Control Coach</h2><p>Fleming, 31, has been at Ohio State for the last three seasons as quality control coach and was a graduate assistant in 2012&13 at OSU. He is a native of Atlanta, Ga., and was a quarterback at Presbyterian College from 2007 to 2009. He began his coaching career coaching quarterbacks in 2010 after which he took his talents to Columbus, Ohio where he was the quarterback coach at Capital University in 2011.</p> <p>This led to Fleming joining Urban Meyer's staff at Ohio State in 2012 working as a graduate assistant with offense and special teams a post he held for two seasons. In 2016 he moved to Texas State as special teams coordinator and wide receiver coach and in 2017 they him to offensive coordinator and special teams coach after which he returned to Ohio State in 2018 as a quality control coach while still working closely with special teams.</p> <p>It has been revealed that Day is also expected to hire a veteran coach, that has previous experience as a head coach, as a defensive consultant for Ohio State. Day went on to say that no one will carry the 'co-defensive coordinator' title which Mattison did.</p><div class="feedflare">
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