Jake Diebler didn’t always want to follow in his father’s footsteps, but the impact those footsteps were capable of making was simply too much to pass up. Jake’s father, Keith, is a long-time Ohio high school basketball coach, winning a state title in 2004-2005 at Upper Sandusky when Jake was a senior and his younger brother Jon was a sophomore.
COLUMBUS — New Ohio State men’s basketball assistant coach Jake Diebler met with the media for the first time. He answered questions about his decision to come to Ohio State, what his role will be in Chris Holtmann’s staff, the allure of being a Buckeye, and a whole bunch more. You can watch the video below for the entire event.
Four-star shooting guard Keon Johnson (6-5 180) has released his final three schools via Twitter. Johnson, who has set his decision date for August 6, will be choosing from Ohio State, Tennessee, and Virginia. Johnson attends The Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tennessee and is on the cusp of being a 5-star prospect. He is currently the No. 30 player…
Ohio State men’s basketball landed their first verbal commitment of the 2021 class Sunday evening when 4-star forward Kalen Etzler announced his commitment to the Buckeyes. Etzler, who attends Crestview High School in Convoy, Ohio, is the nephew of former Buckeye point guard Doug Etzler.
Four-star shooting guard Keon Johnson (6-5 180) is taking an official visit to Ohio State this weekend. Johnson, who plays at The Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tennessee, is the No. 30 player overall in the 2020 class per the 247Sports Composite. He is ranked the No. 7 shooting guard and the No. 1 player in the state.
The Ohio State men’s basketball team just added a big piece of its future. Just don’t expect to see him on the court for a while. Friday night, Justice Sueing announced on Twitter that he will transfer from Cal to Ohio State.
Columbus, Ohio – Sunday, 169 current and former Ohio State student-athletes will receive their degrees at Spring Commencement in Ohio Stadium. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at noon and will be streamed online. Among the student-athletes graduates are national and conference champions, All-Americans, academic standouts…
One month ago, Sueing announced his intention to transfer from California. As a sophomore this past season, he started 30 of 31 games for Golden Bears, leading the team in scoring (14.3 ppg) and rebounds (6.0). Sueing (6-7 215) would have to sit out next season wherever he ends up, but would have two years of eligibility remaining after that.
It wasn’t quite Christmas in July for Thad Matta, but it was close. It was late June, the 29th to be exact, and Matta got a big present in the way of verbal commitments from two of the nation’s top prep prospects, center Greg Oden and point guard Mike Conley, both from Lawrence North High School in Indiana.