Enokk Vimahi came to Ohio State from Kahuku High School in Kahuku, Hawaii, which made him the first Hawaiian Buckeye since punter Scott Terna in 1994. Vimahi was a High School All-American who was ranked the No. 7 guard in the 2019 class per the 247Sports Composite. He was the No. 124 player overall and the No. 2 player in his state (Faatui Tuitele, Washington).
One week in to the regular season, two of the biggest recruits in Ohio State’s 2019 class have now officially joined the team. Wednesday evening, the program announced that freshman offensive linemen Dawand Jones and Enokk Vimahi had lost their black stripes.
Ohio State needed to have a strong offensive line class during the 2019 recruiting cycle, but they didn’t really get there until signing day when they landed 4-star Hawaii prospect Enokk Vimahi and 3-star Indiana prospect Dawand Jones. Those two joined 5-star center Harry Miller and 4-star tackle Ryan Jacoby. The addition of Vimahi…
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In a bit of a surprise, 4-star Kahuku, Hawaii offensive lineman Enokk Vimahi has committed to Ohio State and will be signing with the Buckeyes. Vimahi (6-5 263) made the announcement in a ceremony at his school. Ranked the No. 7 offensive guard in the 2019 recruiting class and the No. 124 player overall, Vimahi committed…
National Signing Day is now just one day away, and there are still major questions unanswered for Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class.
This weekend is an absolutely massive one as Ryan Day and his new staff try to fix a dangerously thin offensive line situation. Right now, the Buckeyes have only 11 scholarship linemen for 2019. That’s far less than normal and a major concern for Day’s first season.