We’re wrapping up Signing Day Coverage by giving you a chance to hear from some of the athletes who sent their letters of intent to Ohio State this Wednesday! Click the link to be taken to the player’s interview.
Evan Lisle: Among the highlights of the offensive lineman’s interview? He discusses his playing style of not “taking crap” from anyone. He talks about how excited he is already to play Michigan. He also preaches the value of pursuing national championships, rather than just bowl games.
Darron Lee: The very polished Darron Lee is making a sacrifice to come to Ohio State. He talks about that, and speaks about how he caught the eye of Buckeye coaches.
Michael Hill: Hill discusses how he became a Buckeye fan, even though he plays his high school ball in Pendleton, South Carolina. He also explains how the interior decorators at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center helped him to decide he wanted to continue his playing career at OSU. Finally, you’ll get up an update on how he’s recovering from surgery.
Trey Johnson: Johnson needed to take a timeout during his recruiting process because it got so crazy. He knows there were rumors about him. Oh, and how many times has he actually seen a fax machine like the one used to send in his letter of intent?
Billy Price: Urban Meyer described Price as the most game-ready of his recruits. So here’s your chance to hear Price describe his game. He discusses the gesture Meyer made that really sold him on the idea of being a Buckeye. Plus, with OSU thin this year when it comes to offensive line recruits, how willing would Price be to switch to that side of the ball?