The Rush: Cornerback Nyles Beverly Talks About Weekend Visit While Pass Receiver Theo Wease Jr. Names Leading 5


Ohio State hosted more than a dozen prospects for an informal see this weekend, consisting of Macedonia Nordonia three-star cornerback

Nyles Beverly.” It was great,” Beverly informed Eleven Warriors. “The facilities were great, along with the school, and I talked with coach [Urban] Meyer and coach [Taver] Johnson, which was really exciting.”

The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Beverly is thought about the 47th-best cornerback and No. 570 prospect in general in the Class of 2019. He’s seen his stock increase significantly over the last month though, which is why he holds nearly a dozen provides from programs such as Kentucky, Michigan, Pittsburgh, Purdue and Vanderbilt.

Meyer and Johnson detailed a path for Beverly to land a deal from the Buckeyes this summertime, also.

“They said that they are extremely interested in me and want me to come pull back to visit again quickly,” Beverly said. “They wish to get an opportunity to deal with me and additional assess me during summer season camp.”

Beverly, unlike some in-state prospects we’ve talked about just recently, isn’t postpone by the fact that he needs to prove himself to the personnel. And if he’s able to earn an offer in the next couple of months, I have no doubt he ‘d devote to the Buckeyes on the area or quickly afterwards.

“It would mean a lot to me,” Beverly said. “I grew up an Ohio State fan, obviously, so it ‘d be truly unique.”


Grand Rapids, Michigan, East Kentwood four-star defensive end Bryce Mostella Made his very first journey to school on Friday

afternoon. On my way to Ohio State University!!

“It was terrific,” Mostella informed Eleven Warriors. “We saw the majority of the football centers, the weight space, the field and the indoor practice center.”

The 6-foot-6, 235-pound Mostella is thought about the 12th-best weak-side defensive end and No. 243 prospect in general in the Class of 2020. He holds offers from Bowling Green, Indiana, Northern Illinois, Purdue, Toledo and a handful of other Mid-American Conference programs, however schools like Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Penn State have taken notification, too.

This significant Mostella’s first trip to Ohio State, and he was able to get some one-on-one time with Meyer and protective line coach Larry Johnson. Now he’s on the path to landing an offer from the Buckeyes.

“They want people with winning mentalities,” Mostella stated, noting how Ohio State has actually currently used a set of his teammates in Wisconsin four-star offensive take on commit Logan Brown and four-star defensive tackle Mazi Smith. “I simply have to keep dealing with my craft, and if I go to a camp and carry out well, that would put me in good standing [for a deal]”

Fun reality: Mostella is likewise an excellent xylophonist who lines up with his fellow percussionists in the band to perform at halftime of every video game.


Roswell, Georgia, Blessed Trinity Catholic four-star athlete Steele Chambers was likewise on campus Friday, at which time he watched practice; visited the facilities and dormitory spaces; met the dean of business school; and had dinner with Meyer and his family.

“My visit went actually well,” Chambers informed Eleven Warriors.

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Chambers is considered the 31st-best professional athlete and No. 340 possibility overall in the Class of 2019, as he rushed for 1,301 backyards and 23 touchdowns and recorded 70 tackles, six takes on for a loss, 2 sacks and one interception while leading the Titans to the state champion last season. He holds more than 2 lots offers from programs such as Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State and Stanford, however programs seem to be torn on whether he’s a running back or outside linebacker at the next level.

Meyer, running backs coach Tony Alford, defensive planner Greg Schiano and linebackers coach Costs Davis will leave that choice approximately Chambers, though.

“I had an incredible time conference with the personnel,” Chambers said. “The coaches offered me with their examination and, generally, it’s up to me to choose if I wish to play offense or defense. I have an area on both sides of the ball. That’s exactly what I have to select now.”

Chambers, whose only other journey to campus was for the 39-38 win over the Nittany Lions last October, hopes to make a choice on his future before the start of his senior season. The Buckeyes lack a doubt amongst his top schools, but he’s unsure if he’ll make it back for a main see before then thanks to a hectic spring schedule that consists of high school and travel baseball.


As soon as upon a time, Ohio State was considered the favorite to land a dedication from Allen, Texas, four-star quarterback Grant Tisdale. And provided his desire to play alongside his teammate– four-star pass receiver Theo Wease Jr.– at the next level, the Buckeyes were sitting quite for 2 of the Lone Star State’s best potential customers.

Things have actually altered considerably in the months considering that, nevertheless.

Tisdale has slipped far behind Texas four-star Grant Gunnell and North Carolina four-star Sam Howell on the personnel’s list of priorities to the point where he’s not likely to take an official visit this spring. And Wease– who planned to make that journey with Tisdale– did not consist of Ohio State among his Top 5 schools. He rather noted Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and USC.

Wease, a one-time Sooners commit, is thought about the fifth-best pass receiver and No. 31 prospect overall in the Class of 2019. I anticipate both he and Tisdale will end up with the Aggies.

The Buckeyes, meanwhile, stay in the hunt for several other top-rated wideouts, consisting of Indiana four-star David Bell; Texas four-star Jalen “Boobie” Curry and Garrett Wilson; St. Louis four-stars Marcus Washington and Jameson Williams; and Tennessee four-stars Trey Knox and Lance Wilhoite. They’re predicted to have simply four or two areas readily available this cycle.

The Rush is your nighttime dosage of updates from the Ohio State football recruiting path, keeping tabs on the most recent from devotes and targets from around the country.