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.
The idea of moving from California sunshine to snow was not an issue with Ohio State freshman safety Kourt Williams. “Coming to a school like this was almost a no brainer,”
Classes are now underway at Ohio State, which means the freshmen football players who have enrolled early are now moved in and getting their first taste of being a college student. Of course, that first taste may be a bit different than the average student, given the on-call chefs at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, but let’s digress. Fourteen Buckeyes have enrolled
Kourt Williams, a linebacker from Bellflower, Calif., is now officially a Buckeye. Williams is from the same high school as current OSU right guard Wyatt Davis.
California is suddenly turning into a very fertile recruiting ground for Ohio State. Linebacker Kourt Williams, a 4-star prospect from St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, California, just committed to the Buckeyes.
A week or so ago, we did this same topic and given how fluid things are right now someone suggested that we do it every week. It may not be necessary each week, but there is certainly a rationalization for it at the moment. The Opening Finals have been taking place over the last few days, so current Ohio State commits continue to…
Williams (6-1 216) attends St. John Bosco in Bellflower, California and is the No. 15 player in the state according to the 247Sports Composite. He also received offers from Miami, TCU, and Alabama last month. Ranked the No. 12 outside linebacker in the 2020 class and the No. 170 player overall, there is some thought that Williams could fit in…