No. 6 OLB Powers staying in-state with Buckeyes
In-state linebacker Gabe Powers introduced his dedication to Ohio State on Saturday, including to the Buckeyes’ quick begin within the 2022 class.Ohio State already has the No. 1-ranked class within the 2021 recruiting cycle, and now with Powers on board, the Buckeyes have already got 4 ESPN Junior 300 commitments of their 2022 class. LSU is the one program with extra ESPN Jr. 300 commits within the 2022 cycle with 5.Powers is a 6-foot-4, 215-pound linebacker out of Marysville who dedicated to the Buckeyes over affords from Penn State, Tennessee, Notre Dame, Florida State, Stanford, USC and others.He is ranked because the No. 6 outdoors linebacker within the 2022 class, the No. 65 recruit total and the No. 2 recruit within the state of Ohio. His dedication offers the Buckeyes commitments from 4 of the highest 5 prospects within the state, together with offensive deal with Tegra Tshabola, the state’s high prospect for 2022.Powers and Tshabola are joined within the class by defensive again Jyaire Brown and linebacker C.J. Hicks. Tshabola is the very best ranked at 50 total adopted by Powers, however all 4 are ranked within the high 153 of the ESPN Junior 300.The Buckeyes have recruited very properly below coach Ryan Day and have been in a position to maintain the highest prospects dwelling. That features the No. 1 total recruit within the 2021 class in defensive finish Jack Sawyer, who’s from Pickerington North Excessive Faculty.The Buckeyes have 17 ESPN 300 commitments within the 2021 cycle, essentially the most of any program, and the employees is properly on its approach to repeating that success in 2022.