Urban Meyer has proven himself as one of the elite recruiters in college football, securing three consecutive top-five recruiting classes during his tenure at Ohio State. That streak, though, is in serious jeopardy.
The Buckeyes' 2015 class only has two commitments from a pair of 4-star prospects, ranking No. 63 in the country. Programs such as Rice, Florida Atlantic and Texas-San Antonio currently boast better classes than Ohio State.
That should change very soon.
Despite the slow start, Meyer has the Buckeyes positioned very well with a number of elite recruits. And although it's difficult to evaluate a class that hasn't taken shape yet, grading where the Buckeyes stand at each position group is possible.
Here are Ohio State's summer grades for the 2015 recruiting class.
All recruiting information via 247Sports.