Why Ohio State still hasn’t offered the 2025 top ranked player in Ohio?

The Ohio State recruiting machine typically takes the best instate prospects while sampling top players from across the nation. For the class of 2025, athlete Dorian Brew of Northmont, Ohio, ranks among the best instate talents. However, Ryan Day and crew have not yet offered even though Notre Dame, Michigan and Wisconsin reached out with a scholarship this past week.

The Buckeyes don’t have too many offers out to the ‘25 class, but they have offered a quartet of receivers: Texas’ Dakorien Moore, Florida’s Winston Watkins Jr. and Jaime Ffrench and California’s Kamryn Jones. The first three are already five-stars prospects. Among Jones’ early offers are Oregon, Tennessee, Georgia and washington, and he seems trending toward five-star status.

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What’s taking so long for Day to pull the trigger on Brew? One would have to think it’s due to the four other prospects being offered to this point and the staff feeling like they have legit shots at signing them.

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That still to me isn’t a valid reason for not offering Brew. When you have a top player in your backyard, you offer. Hopefully, it happens because the staff is well aware of him.

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