Ohio State football finally offers top in-state 2025 prospect

After I questioned the Ohio State Football staff for not offering top 2025 in-state prospect Dorian Brew earlier this week, it pulled the trigger on Saturday.

The in-state wide receiver was reportedly on a visit to Columbus when he went to Twitter to announce he had been offered. This wasn’t Brew’s first time visiting campus, but it is going to be one he remembers.

With a consensus top 100 player in the Buckeyes’ backyard, it was a bit odd they hadn’t offered, but that is now in the past. Ohio State has entered the chat, and you have to believe will be pressing hard for Brew’s commitment as his recruitment starts to heat up.

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Since Brew tagged new offensive coordinator Brian Hartline and safeties coach Perry Eliano, you have to wonder what side of the ball he would end up on if he ends up in Columbus. Head coach Ryan Day most likely doesn’t care at this moment, just get him to sign and figure out a position later.


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