On May 13Marcus Washington announced that he would be narrowing his recruiting list down to just six teams. This comes just a few weeks after 5-star receiver Garrett Wilson announced his intention to play for Ohio State.

What does this mean for the Buckeyes?

This is another opportunity to put an elite receiver on the roster from the 2019 recruiting class. Ohio State has to be very aggressive in their recruiting at receiver because they have the possibility to lose five guys at the position after this season. Ohio State signed three from the class of 2018, but they will need at least three more to sign in the class of 2019. Wilson is the only receiver committed to Ohio State at this point.

Marcus Washington

Washington is a 6-2, 193-pound receiver from Trinity Catholic in St. Louis, Mo. He is the 9th ranked receiver in the class of 2019. As a junior this past season, Washington had 29 receptions for 637 yards and 12 touchdowns. Washington’s list is narrowed down to Ohio State, Missouri, Oregon, Texas, Florida State and Georgia. He is projected by 247 to go to Ohio State.

New 2020 offers

Jaquavion Fraziars: Fraziars is a 6-4, 185-pound athlete recruit. He was just a sophomore this past season so there is time for coaches to figure out which position he will be playing at the college level. However, his athleticism landed him an offer from Ohio State. Fraziars was First Team Defense as a defensive back for Dunnellon High School last season.

Fadil Diggs: Diggs is a 4-star defensive end out of Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden, N.J. Diggs is 6-4 and 225 pounds and played both receiver and defensive end in this past season. He had seven receptions for 104 yards and two touchdowns on the offensive end. On defense, he had 24 solo tackles and 58 total tackles last season.

Rylie Mills: Mills is a defensive end from Lake Forest High School in Lake Forest, Ill. He is 6-5 and 265 pounds which is a good size at his position. He had four solo tackles and 19 solo tackles last season. Mills is lengthy and has good athleticism. He is currently projected to go to Notre Dame.

Chris Tyree: Tyree is a 4-star running back out of Thomas Dale High School which is located in Chester, Va. Tyree has elite speed and ran a 10.87 100-meter dash as a freshman in high school. This past season he carried the ball 109 times for 1113 yards and 10 touchdowns. Tyree is currently projected to go to Penn State.

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