Brenton Strange is a 6-5, 210-pound tight end out of Parkersburg High School in West Virginia. He is the 60th ranked tight end in his class. Recently, Urban Meyer and company have been emphasizing the tight end position in recruiting. Strange made an unofficial visit to Ohio State on June 4.
In his junior season, Strange had 59 receptions for 938 yards and 11 touchdowns. He appeared in 11 games this year and made a huge jump statistically from his sophomore year. In his sophomore year, Strange played in 10 games and caught 45 passes for 489 yards. He also made it into the end zone four times. Strange doesn’t have many Power 5 offers besides Ohio State currently.
Wray is a 6-5, 290-pound offensive tackle who committed to Ohio State on April 23. Wray made an unofficial visit to Ohio State on June 5. He is a part of the 2020 recruiting class and Ohio State will still be highly engaged with him over the next few years because he could decide to go elsewhere. Wray is a verbal commit, thus he could decide to go back on his commitment at any time. It is still early for 2020 recruits and other teams will be working to flip him.
Click here for my article on Jake Wray’s commitment.
Card commits to Texas
Card is a 4-star quarterback in the class of 2020 and he is from Lake Travis, Texas. Lake Travis is about 30 minutes from the University of Texas and Card grew up as a fan of the Longhorns. He goes to Lake Travis high school with a couple of Ohio State commits in Mathew Baldwin and Garrett Wilson. It was thought that Card would maybe follow the same path, but he decided to stay home.