Max Wray and Urban Meyer smile for the camera as Wrey commits to be a Buckeye
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Jake Wray Decommits From Ohio State’s 2020 Recruiting Class

For the second time in two days since Urban Meyer announced his retirement, a prospect has decommitted from Ohio State’s 2020 recruiting class. Offensive lineman Jake Wray, a 4-star prospect from Georgia, decommitted Tuesday morning. That comes just one day after 4-star safety Lejond Cavazos backed out of his pledge. Wray is the younger brother of Max Wray, a true freshman backup offensive lineman on Ohio State. The younger Wray is ranked as the No. 123 player overall in the 2020 class, and 16th-best offensive tackle…

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Four-Star Safety Lejond Cavazos Decommits from Ohio State

Ohio State announced head coach Urban Meyer’s retirement at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, and less than 12 hours later, 4-star Florida safety Lejond Cavazos announced his decommitment from OSUssssssssss. Cavazos had been committed since June 27, but with Meyer’s retirement, his recruitment has now been reopened. He will still consider Ohio State moving forward. Cavazos tweeted out his decision.”First off, I would like to start by thanking Coach Urban Meyer…

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Buckeye Recruits React To Urban Meyer’s Retirement

Urban Meyer will officially announce his retirement as Ohio State football coach on Tuesday. The move ends one of the greatest coaching tenures in college football history, but the Buckeye program will continue. The next generation of Ohio State football players will start signing their Letters of Intent on December 19. While Meyer’s retirement was not a surprise to most, the timing of the announcement was definitely up in the air…

Michael O'Shaughnessy Ohio State punter
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Punter Michael O’Shaughnessy Commits To Ohio State

Michael O’Shaughnessy, a punter in the 2019 class, announced on Friday that he is now committed to Ohio State. O’Shaughnessy played his high school football for New Albany, a program just east of Columbus best known for producing former OSU linebacker Darron Lee. He only received an offer from the Buckeyes on November 15, and visited campus for the Michigan game. “I am very excited to announce I have committed to my dream school, THE Ohio State University,” he wrote on Twitter.