Ohio State Football Could Close To 4-Star Defenseman Jason Moore 2023: Buckeyes Recruiting Roundup

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The tide has turned in Ohio State’s favor for four-star defense attorney Jason Moore of Dematha Catholic High School (Landover, Md.) in 2023.

What started as a slight tilt towards Notre Dame last week has quickly morphed into four crystal ball predictions for Ohio State, including one from 247sports.com Notre Dame insider Tom Loy. This would be welcome news for the Buckeyes, who lost four-star defenseman Darron Reed to LSU on July 4, 2023.

Coach Larry Johnson and Ohio State began their hunt for Moore by renewing an offer in January. Since then, the four-star hotel has officially visited Michigan, Penn State, Notre Dame, and Ohio State.

Weeks after his visit to Columbus, Moore seems to be focusing on the horse chestnuts.

The former two-star athlete in both football and basketball has also received offers from Alabama, Florida, Michigan State and Maryland. Ohio State signed a defensive lineman in the Class of 2023 in Dublin Coffman three-star Will Smith. The nation’s No. 5 defenseman would further strengthen the Buckeyes’ class of 2023, according to 247sports Composite Rankings.

Buckeyes cut off for Troy Bowles

Linebackers coach Jim Knowles and the Buckeyes continue to make progress on Troy Bowles, the 2023 four-star linebacker from Jesuit High School (Tampa, Fla.).

Bowles announced its final three schools Tuesday, with Ohio state making it along with Georgia and Oklahoma. Ohio State has been a contender since attending a camp in Columbus last year. His impressive performance led to an offer from the Buckeyes on the day of camp.

Like many other high-profile recruits, Bowles visited Ohio State on June 24, making the Buckeyes the last stop on his recruiting visits. The nation’s No. 2 LB has set his commitment date for July 16, according to 247sports Composite Rankings.

Right now, Bowles has three crystal ball predictions for Georgia. Ohio State has no linebacker commitment in the 2023 class.

Ohio State is no longer running for Young

After a long struggle for the 2023 five-star running back, Richard Young of Lehigh (Fla.) Sr., Ohio State was officially removed from Young’s roster.

This is not a surprise as Young did not pay an official visit. On Tuesday, Young announced a final trio made up of Oregon, Alabama and Georgia.

Ohio State has a running back in the Class of 2023 in four-star Mark Fletcher of American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.). Running backs coach Tony Alford and OSU remain in contention for four-star running back Justice Haynes of Burford, Ga.

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