But to just generalize
1) OSU is basically willing to concede midwest players, especially early, to recruit nationally.
2) OSU is going after different players than Michigan on offense.
3) Hoke has taken his best recruiters and kept them in the midwest, RR sent his best to chase in other states.
4) Own the state of Michigan
5) Own the midwest
"Between the promise and the payoff is the process -- and the process is the point."
Sounds like OSU is using the dickrod recipe for success. Good luck with that.
LOL the other version of the rumor , since McCrays dad is an ex-OSU player, is he is gonna VERBAL to Michigan than OSU will come flip him back to OSU to make it look more Dramatic that OSU flipped a Michigan commit.
LOL...either way the kid wamts to be a Buckeye. I'd consider him a soft commit in the softest of soft terms till NSD
I don't know about all that. McCray has a lot of offers, but other than Oklahoma, I don't see any offers from the recent powerhouses. Nebraska, Penn State, Stanford, and Tennessee are very solid, but no sign of Florida, USC, Bama, LSU, or anyone like that. I recognize that it's still relatively early in the process, but it seems like this kid might be a tad overrated. I have no idea what Ohio State's depth chart looks like right now, either. It's possible that the Buckeyes aren't in dire need of LBs, and as such are only going after 5-star types.
General has contracted a case of the hurting butt.
"the world will know soon enough if Millen in fact acted alone."
A lot of you UM posters get out of hand during recruiting season. It's either Hoke just recruited a national title or Urban Meyer raped a paraplegic. I think there can be some room for some reason in here somewhere. To put some doubt in the idea that Meyer is not recruting top talent because he doesn't want to get embarassed by Hoke is reason.
I don't think Hoke is afraid of Meyer, I don't think Meyer is worried about Hoke, and I don't think there are any crazy games going on here. Ohio State probably hasn't offered because they have higher priorities.
I am, however, a bit skeptical about this McCray kid. Something seems off here.