Ohio State head coach Ryan Day isn’t a stargazer, which is fine because he doesn’t actually need a telescope to see all of the stars he’s been recruiting. Ohio State is currently sitting with the No. 1 class in the nation, poised to set an all-time record in some recruiting circles. When the Buckeyes are recruiting players, they don’t get hung up on whether they…
Ryan Day’s first full signing class as head coach at Ohio State finished fifth in the national rankings this past February. The Buckeyes signed 25 players, including the nation’s top offensive tackle in Paris Johnson, two 5-star receivers in Julian Fleming and Jaxon Smith-Njigba, as well as a 5-star quarterback in CJ Stroud.
The newly-updated Rivals 250 was just released. And just like pretty much everything else for this year’s class, the Buckeyes are in a dominating top position.
Ohio State’s remarkable 2021 recruiting class added a pair of 5-stars on Monday without picking up any new commitments. OL Donovan Jackson and DE Tunmise Adeleye were both listed as 5-star prospects by Rivals, as it began the process of rolling out its updated rankings.
Ohio State’s top-ranked and potentially historic 2021 recruiting class just got better by added college football’s ultimate weapon: an Australian punter. Jesse Mirco is now a Buckeye.