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Ohio State Football gets commitment from New York RB Curtis Samuel

(By gloryman, courtesy

Ohio State football fans have said for years that they want to see the team have more speed, just like the Southeastern Conference schools.

Well, they’re getting their wish with head coach Urban Meyer’s recruiting class this year and in the 2014 class.

The Buckeyes received a huge commitment from Eramus Hall High School hybrid running back Curtis Samuel.

Eramus Hall High School is in the Brooklyn, New York.

Samuel, a 5’11, 186-pound speedster is the 17th member of Ohio State’s 2014 recruiting class.

Samuel rushed for 1,047 yards in 2012, averaging 11.5 yards per carry. He also caught 12 passes fro 187 yards.

Samuel, who has been clocked in the 40-yard dash at 4.36 seconds, is ranked 116th nationally by

Samuel broke the Eramus Hall school record in the 60-yard dash at 6.42 seconds despite not having any previous experience in track.

Published reports say that Coach Meyer wants to play Samuel at the slot position which made Percy Harvin famous during his days at the University of Florida.

Just a matter of time before Berry leaves OSU football team


Jamaal Berry (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Jamaal Berry’s name is still listed on the Ohio State football team roster.

But his high school coach says that Berry told him that the new coaching staff have not given him any indication that he’ll be playing in the future.

Berry and his attorney R. William Meeks were in court this week as the OSU running back faces charges of assault and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, for an incident on October 21 near the North Market.

Justin M. Jerich, a 21-year-old Westerville man reported that Berry hit him and taunted him near a parking garage.

Berry and Meeks contend that the Florida native is not guilty and the case may not go to trial.

According to an Ohio State football spokesperson, Berry is still on scholarship. However, he has not worked out with the team since he was suspended after the incident with Jerich.

Berry is still taking classes during the current quarter, but his lawyer said he will finish the school year and might transfer to another school.

Berry came to Ohio State as a high-profiled recruit. ranked him the fifth-best running back in the class of 2008, 56th-best player that year.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & OSU info

COLORADO AT OHIO STATE GAMEDAY: Miller gets the starting job vs. Buffaloes

Braxton Miller (courtesy of 24/7 Sports

Everybody in Buckeyes country has been waiting all season for head coach Luke Fickell to name true freshman quarterback Braxton Miller as his starter.

The Huber Heights Wayne High School graduate will be starting this afternoon against the Colorado Buffaloes in Ohio Stadium. Game time is 3:30 pm.

The move pushes the athletic and play-making Miller ahead of one-dimensional fifth-year senior Joe Bauserman who started the first three games.

Miller was ranked by as the #1 dual-threat quarterback in the country in the 2011 recruiting class.

Fickell realizes that starting a freshman has its risks, but the upswing is that Miller can make plays and Bauserman could not.




TOLEDO AT OSU GAME WEEK: Rockets’ 2011 recruiting class ranked #1 in MAC


(courtesy of Toledo athletics via wikipedia commons)

Toledo’s 2011 recruiting class has been rated #1 in the Mid-American Conference by both and

A year ago, Toledo’s recruiting class was also ranked in the top spot in the MAC by Rivals.

Toledo added 19 recruits to a group of eight players who joined the program last January, bringing the total number of new players to 27.

Fourteen of the Rockets’ new players are ranked as either a three-star or four-star recruits.

Info courtesy of University of Toledo news

Columbus Northland’s Robinson accepts scholarship from UD Flyers


Northland H S basketball team Jalen Robinson is #32 in middle (photo courtesy of OHSAA)

Columbus Northland High School, the 2010-2011 Division I Boys state basketball tournament runnerups. dominated the University of Dayton team camp last weekend and star forward Jalen Robinson was the main reason.

The 6’9 forward came out the camp with a scholarship offer which he accepted quickly on Monday.

Robinson is one of the best players in the Columbus area and City League. He was being recruited by Florida State, Tennessee, UCLA and Wisconsin. He had a scholarship available at several mid-major schools Akron, Kent State, Ohio and Western Kentucky, but he decided on playing for the Flyers and join fellow Columbus City League alumnus, Chris Johnson of Columbus Brookhaven.

Robinson is listed by as one of the nation’s top-150 recruits for next season at #141. Only three Ohio players were ranked by the recruiting service.

Robinson, who averaged 13 points and 10 rebounds, is the Flyers’ first commitment for the 2012 class. UD still has four scholarships to give for that class.

Robinson’s team, Northland are the kingpins of the Columbus City League. They have not lost a City League game since 2006.


compiled from Radio, TV & recruiting services news

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