Offensive tackle Ryan Jacoby and Defensive end Noah Potter both come from the same school on the East Side of Cleveland. Another thing they have in common is that they will both be wearing the Scarlet and Gray on the gridiron throughout their college careers.

Jacoby, a 3-star offensive tackle, committed to Ohio State on March 1. While Potter, a 4-star defensive end, committed recently on April 16.

 

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Chamber’s commitment

Steele Chambers, a 4-star athlete out of Roswell, Ga., committed to Ohio State on April 18. Chambers received offers from a number of schools including Georgia, Auburn, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, LSU, Michigan and others. He is 6-2 215 pounds and played both running back and outside linebacker in high school for Blessed Trinity Catholic. Chambers is touted as a freak athlete, and can play a number of positions which makes him an interesting weapon for Ohio State. Nobody knows which position he will play in college––not even Urban Meyer, however, there is a strong belief that he can be a very effective player because of his athleticism.

Stats

As a Freshman on varsity Chambers didn’t see the field very often. He only got 25 carries at running back. Defensively, Chambers recorded 59 tackles and half of a sack. Sophomore year he was used much more, as on 213 carries he rushed for 1486 yards to go along with 21 touchdowns. On defense he recorded 74 tackles and a sack. This past season for the Titans, Chambers got 198 touches, ran for 1301 yards, and scored 23 touchdowns. On the defensive end, he had 70 tackles and 2.5 sacks. Those are very impressive numbers considering he played on both sides of the ball. In his Junior year, Chambers was awarded the 7AAAA player of the year award for the state of Georgia.

Chambers joins a recruiting class that has a lot of potential, but is not quite near the top as of right now. The Buckeyes are ranked 14th according to 247 sports. They have signed five 4-stars, one 3-star, and no five stars at this point. There is still a lot of time left with a lot of big names yet to make their decisions, so the Buckeyes will continue to recruit hard.

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