Ohio 2024 tight end has home state Buckeyes in top group

The Ohio State football program loves to keep top talent staying home and as one of the most talent-rich high school football states in the country, it’s a good option for the program. Head coach Ryan Day has been selective about which Ohioans he goes hard after due to the vast national reach the Buckeye program has.

One of those select instate players that has an OSU offer is 2024 tight end Elias Rudolph, who released a list of schools that he will be considering going forward. Ohio State made the cut along with Penn State, Michigan StateKentucky, Tennessee, Michigan, and a few others.

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With Cade Stover returning, the position is in very good hands for the 2023 season, but not much experience behind him. There is an opportunity for early playing time for Rudolph if he opts to play for Ohio State and that most likely is a big selling point for Day.

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