In recruiting, there is no better sound than the fax machine firing up with various whirrs and bleerps as it spits out a Letter of Intent, signifying a high school player’s intentions of attending that particular school.
Those wondrous tones will be taking place all day today as the early signing period for college football is upon us.
The Buckeyes are expected to sign around 25 players during this early signing period, with most of them coming today.
Cornerback commit Clark Phillips will sign on Thursday and now appears to be choosing between Ohio State and Utah.
We will be leaving this post at the top of the page all day long so that you can find the latest signees without having to scroll through all of the news of the day.
As the Letters of Intent come in, we will update this page with that player’s name and some coordinating links.
Make sure to refresh throughout the morning and afternoon for the latest updates.
OL Jakob James, Cincinnati, OH
DB Lejond Cavazos, IMG Academy, FL
DT Jacolbe Cowan, Charlotte, NC
WR Julian Fleming, Catawissa, PA
OL Paris Johnson, Cincinnati, OH
LB Cody Simon, Jersey City, NJ
DL Ty Hamilton, Pickerington, OH
K Jake Seibert, Cincinnati, OH
RB Miyan Williams, Cincinnati, OH
OL Josh Fryar, Beech Grove, IN
WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Rockwall, TX
WR Mookie Cooper, St. Louis, MO
DT Darrion Henry, Cincinnati, OH
QB Jack Miller, Scottsdale, AZ
LB Kourt Williams, Bellflower, CA
QB CJ Stroud, Rancho Cucomonga, CA
He should just go to Utah – don’t need another bench warmer.
The Detroit News published michigan’s projected commits in today’s paper. All 3 and 4 star. The talent gap just keeps getting wider and wider.
Are early enrollees eligible to travel to the National Championship with the team?
I would think only players on this year’s 2019 team would be able to go. The new enrollees in January 2020 are not on the current roster and would not be eligible. Airfare and hotel rooms are not cheap and if you are not on the current team, you can watch from home or ask your parents to pay for the trip to New Orleans.
What cornerback wouldn’t want to play for DBU? If Day secures the services of Kerry Coombs, there will be no drop off in coaching talent as Coombs has put more than his fair share of DBs in the League. I hope Phillips realizes this.
Comments are closed.