When 5-star wide receiver Julian Fleming committed to Ohio State last Friday, he gave the Buckeyes three wide receivers committed already in the 2020 recruiting class. Fleming, the No. 1 receiver in the nation, joined Gee Scott and Jaxon Smith-Njigba, giving OSU an elite class of pass catchers before the calendar even flipped to June.
Gee Scott, Jr. is a 4-star wide receiver out of Sammamish, Washington who caught 48 passes for 654 yards and six touchdowns this past season as a junior, earning First-Team All-State honors in the process. Scott (6-3 211) is a physical receiver with size who attacks the football and then attacks the first-down marker.
Ryan Day got a very nice present for his first Christmas as the Buckeyes’ next head coach. Santa brought him a big-time wide receiver. Gee Scott, a 4-star prospect ranked as the No. 70 overall player in the 2020 class, announced that he was committing to Ohio State on Christmas Day.
The Buckeyes don’t often go into Washington state for recruits, but they could be making an exception for Gee Scott, Jr. Scott (6-3 211) is a 2020 wide receiver from Sammamish, Washington and plays for Eastside Catholic High School. He will be announcing his commitment on December 25. Scott visited the Buckeyes…