Ohio State lands a Big One

OSU FootballThe 2014 class for the Ohio State Buckeyes is going to be a fill the need type class. You will see a lot of Offensive Lineman and LineBackers in this class. You will also see some Safeties with both starting safeties set to graduate after this year. With this newest commit they got a guy who could potentially depending on how his body fills out could play any of those 3 positions which in and of itself is insane. This kid is blowing up lately and could very well become one of the best recruits in the 2014 class when all is said and done.

Sam Hubbard announced he was committed to Ohio State via his twitter account.

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Sam Hubbard is a 6’6″ 225 lbs 4 star Athlete from Cincinnati, Ohio. Up until 2 days ago Sam was a commit to Notre Dame to play Lacrosse but decommitted shortly before coming on a visit to Ohio State today. it didn’t take him long to accept an offer to join the 2014 class and sounds like He really found his home now. Sam is listed as an Athlete listed as a Safety or LBer but based on his size at 6’6″ he could if bulked up be an amazing OT as well or play on the DL. His potential is unlimited at this point the only question is will he live up to it. 247sports ranks him a 4 star and the 239th best prospect in the country. ESPN doesn’t have him ranked as of yet. Rivals has him ranked as a 3 star. Scout has him ranked as a 4 star and the 18th best OLB in the country. Below you can see his highlight video.

Comments

  1. Great recruit, I think. Pretty damn athletic for a 6’6″ h.s. kid.

    • You often here about how a recruit is versatile but this kid could possibly play nearly every position on Def and more than half of them on offense lol. And to think he was just starting to become a prized FB recruit.

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  1. […] is Elijah Taylor from Moeller High School in Cincinnati which the same school as current commit Sam Hubbard. He is a bit undersized at 6’3 250lbs but has a nasty bull rush and plays with great instincts, […]

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