ESPN 300 WR Graham commits to Day, Ohio St
Ohio State’s run of success recruiting pass receivers continued Tuesday, when ESPN 300 receiver Mylan Graham revealed his commitment to the Buckeyes.Graham provides Ohio
State 2 ESPN 300 receivers in the 2024 class, however he is the eighth wideout ranked in the top 300 to pick the Buckeyes over the previous 3 classes. He’ll continue a run that offending coordinator Brian Hartline has actually established in Columbus.From Garrett Wilson to Chris Olave, Marvin Harrison Jr., Jaxson Smith-Njigba and beyond, Graham is stepping into a wide receiver space that keeps on producing huge names. Graham is a 6-foot-1, 170-pound recruit from New Haven, Indiana, ranked No. 95 overall.Editor’s Picks 2 Related He chose Ohio State over deals from Alabama, Florida,
Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee and others and is joined in the class by ESPN 300 receiver Jeremiah Smith out of Hollywood, Florida. Smith, 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds, is the No. 11 possibility overall and a luxury recruit.After Graham announced his dedication to the Buckeyes, he changed his Twitter profile photo to Hartline smoking
a cigar in a celebratory manner.Hartline has a lot to commemorate as these commitments are being available in the class after the Buckeyes signed Brandon Inniss, Noah Rogers and Carnell Tate, all ESPN 300 receivers in the 2023 class. It’s likewise the fourth dedication for Ohio State because the beginning of March, continuing a hot streak that is assisting to complete the 2024 class.Graham and Smith are participated this class by ESPN 300 safety Garrett Stover, offensive linemen Ian Moore, Devontae Armstrong and Marc Nave, along with running back James Peoples.