Urban Meyer and his staff are out and at it again, putting together another solid class.
The class may not finish as high nationally as Meyer’s previous two classes. That’s not because of quality, but quantity.
The Ohio State Buckeyes will only have 14 scholarship seniors in 2013. The 2014 recruiting class will probably be around 20 members due to other players leaving.
There is also a good chance that Bradley Roby and possibly Ryan Shazier will forgo their senior seasons’ for the NFL draft. Along with those four scholarships, it’s normal for a team to lose four to five more players.
So far, Ohio State has nine commitments, so the class is about halfway full.
Here is a positional breakdown of who is committed, who the Buckeyes are after and who will likely take the remaining spots in the class.