Ohio State offers top 2025 Pennsylvania defensive lineman

Ohio State is always looking for the best talent in its  region and has found a 2025 prospect from Pennsylvania that fits the mold.

Defensive lineman Maxwell Roy, who stands 6 feet, 4 inches and weighs 265 pounds, was offered by the Buckeyes’ staff on Monday morning. The huge lineman already holds 13 other offers, including USC, Penn State and Georgia.

Roy is ranked the No. 20 defensive lineman and the 185th overall player in the country according to the 247Sports composite. He has not made many college visits to this point, but that will change in the coming months as his recruitment heats up.

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It seems defensive line coach Larry johnson is behind Roy’s recruitment. In the 2025 class, the Buckeyes have one commitment, cornerback Jontae Gilbert.



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