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Today has been a give-and-take situation for the Ohio State football team. They earned the commitment of four-star quarterback, Brock Glenn, but lost the commitment of four-star cornerback, Dijon Johnson. The Tampa, Florida, native has an extremely high ceiling and ideal size at 6-foot, 190-pounds and was a consensus top 100 player by nearly every service, so this loss stings.
It is no secret that the last few weeks of recruiting for Ohio State has been downright pathetic, but the ship isn’t sinking. It is not yet time to panic and he may decide to recommit at some point, but it is not a particularly good sign that this de-commitment comes after his visit to Florida.
Johnson’s de-commitment brings the 2023 class down to 19 players, but they still have three cornerbacks that remain committed.
Dijon Johnson has decommitted from Ohio State — Buckeyes back to 19 commitments.
Good time to remind folks that the kids are kids and have families and lives outside of football and not every decision is based entirely on the game.
Some things are bigger.
— Jeremy Birmingham (@Birm) July 30, 2022