Texas 2025 running back has Ohio State among final six schools

Ohio State football is looking to keeps its recruiting momentum into the 2025 class, and by all accounts, that looks to be the case.

The Buckeyes have been on numerous top lists of big time prospects, and another came along on Saturday. Texas running back, Tory Blaylock, a 5-foot, 11-inch, 190-pound ball carrier had the Buckeyes in his top six along with Oregon, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Alabama.

The 17th-ranked running back and 221st prospect overall on the 247Sports composite comes from a football family. His father, Derrick, played in the NFL during the early 2000s while his two brothers, Travian and Taylen, play for Wisconsin and Sam Houston, respectively.

Ohio State hasn’t been a major player in Blaylock’s recruitment for long, offering him in mid-January this year. It has made up plenty of ground and has a legit chance to bring the Texan north.

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