Every year following Ohio State spring football we recap what happened position by position. Who stepped up, who stepped back, what got fixed, and what didn’t? With 12 of the 15 spring practices cancelled due to the pandemic, however, essentially nothing happened, nothing got fixed, nobody stepped up, and no questions got answered.
At one point in his high school career, Bryson Shaw was committed to Maryland to play lacrosse. The Potomac, Maryland native attended the Bullis School, which is the same school that produced former Buckeye quarterback Dwayne Haskins. Once he decided to pursue football in college, Shaw received offers from the likes of West Virginia, Duke, and Wisconsin.
Jordan Fuller was a three-year starter for Ohio State, replacing All-American Malik Hooker quite well. This past season he was the last line of defense for one of the best Buckeye defenses ever, and whoever replaces him this coming season will have just as much pressure on him as Fuller did in replacing Hooker.
For the fourth time in just four days, a member of Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class has lost his black stripe. Thursday it was freshman safety Bryson Shaw.
At one point in his life, Bryson Shaw was committed to the University of Maryland to play lacrosse. At a more recent point in his life, he was committed to Wisconsin to play safety. Shaw committed to Wisconsin on January 27, 2018. One week later, he received an offer from Ohio State. Nearly five months later, Shaw decommitted from the Badgers and…
If a high school recruit signs a letter of intent with Ohio State, that is a pretty good indication that they can play football at a high level. Incoming freshmen Bryson Shaw and Craig Young were two of OSU’s lowest-rated recruits, but their coaches have as much anticipation for them as they 5-star recruits. Young could end up in a couple of different spots on the defense.
Safety Bryson Shaw sent in his Letter of Intent to Ohio State on Wednesday, officially making him a member of the Buckeyes’ 2019 recruiting class. Here’s a look at what he could mean for the future of the program…
Shaw (6-2 175) is ranked the No. 16 safety per 247Sports and the No. 230 player in the 2019 class overall. He is also a 5-star lacrosse prospect for The Bullis School in Potomac. Along with the offers from Ohio State and Wisconsin, Shaw also held offers from Duke, Maryland, Rutgers, Syracuse, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Virginia.