Ohio State places 13 signees on 247Sports final updated rankings

Like they do most recruiting cycles, Ohio State football signs multiple high end projects.

That didn’t change for the 2024 class, as the Buckeyes signed a group of twenty total commits, an astounding thirteen of them made 247Sports final recruiting rankings.

Keep in mind that this is not their composite rankings, these are their in-house ones which may be different than what we normally say the signees rankings are.

Regardless of what we typically use, it’s another impressive haul for head coach Ryan Day and once again reloads the program with an influx of talent. Found out below where each of Ohio State’s signees landed on 247Sports final rankings update.

No. 1 Wide receiver Jeremiah Smith


Smith held onto the top ranking and will finish the cycle as the best recruit in the country. He is expected to make an immediate impact for the Ohio State offense despite him being a true freshman.

No. 20 Quarterback Julian Sayin


Although Sayin initially enrolled at Alabama, thus him not having an Ohio State logo next to his name, he transferred over the weekend. He’s the nations No. 3 quarterback in this cycle with a very bright future.

No. 33 Defensive end Eddrick Houston


The early enrolling end should contribute early for the loaded Buckeye defense. That should tell you just how good Houston is.

No. 51 Cornerback Aaron Scott


The top Ohioan in 247Sports list, Scott is clearly one of the nations best. He’s the No. 5 corner in the country.

No. 59 Wide receiver Mylan Graham


One of the few non-early enrolling players, Graham is overshadowed by his classmate Smith, but he’s extremely talented in his own right.

No. 61 Quarterback Air Noland


Even with Sayin now in the class, Noland came to Columbus to compete and understands there will always be high level quarterbacks in the room. Injuries kept his senior season production down, but the talent is there for the lefty.

No. 126 Running back James Peoples


The No. 7 back in the country, Peoples is already on campus to try and play early. If he does, which isn’t too likely, it means that he’s among the best in the country, not just in Columbus.

No. 151 Cornerback Bryce West


It’s a bit lower than many expected, but West is still one of the best in the country. He most likely will redshirt and then see time early in year two.

No. 181 Interior offensive lineman Ian Moore


The top offensive lineman in the Buckeyes class, Moore enters at a great time to contribute early with new offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien not guaranteeing anyone’s job. He has the size and ability to play early.

No. 203 Linebacker Payton Pierce


Another Buckeye that had injury issues in high school, Pierce can make an impact if healthy. However, don’t expect an early one from the Texan.

No. 212 Linebacker Garrett Stover


Like Pierce, Stover most likely won’t see the field in year one. He’ll have a great chance to contribute after most likely redshirting this fall.

No. 223 Defensive lineman Dominic Kirks


The late commit has yet to sign, but should do that barring a change of heart in February. Ohio State was able to keep one of the best in-state prospects home after Kirks initially committed to Washington.

No. 233 Tight End Max LeBlanc


Another redshirt candidate, there are multiple upperclassmen ahead of LeBlanc on the depth chart. He will have a chance to make an impact in a few years.


Story originally appeared on Buckeye Wire