What started off as a big month of recruiting continued this weekend big time. OSU has held several football camps and hosted scores of recruits from all over the country. It started off with OSU getting a punter from Down Under. And to prove that special teams means just as much to Urban Meyer as it dis to Jim Tressel he got a commitment from a kicker. Then there was the 24 hours of wackyness that ended with OSU getting a top 50 DE in Jalyn Holmes. Anyone want to land a QB for the 2014 class? Well Coach Meyer did that’s for sure and he got a good one for the 2014 class. To top off the weekend he landed a new commit for a blazing fast WR for his new QB Stephen Collier to throw to over the next few years.
Terry Mclaurin commited tonight via his twitter account.
— Terry Mclaurin (@TheTerry_25) June 23, 2013
Terry Mclaurin is a 6’0″ 190 lbs 3 star WR from Indianapolis, Indiana. Terry is a lot like Stephen Collier in that most of the recruiting services have not studied or ranked him but he earned his scholarship the hard way by coming to OSU camp and proving he was worthy of receiving one. It didn’t take long once he was offered to accept and join the class doing both in the same weekend. Terry also has the distinction of being invited to The Opening an elite camp for the nations best recruits while also being unranked by recruiting services. One thing is for sure his stock will jump big time now that people are hearing about him and watching his films and seeing his camp performances. One of the best reasons he got the OSU offer was his blazing speed which he was clocked at a 4.3 40 yarder at OSU this weekend. Scout ranks him a 3 star and the 53rd best WR in the country. Rivals ranked him a 3 star and the 66th best WR in the country. 247sports ranks him a 3 star and the 49th best WR in the country. ESPN being ESPN once again has no ranking on him or scouting report. You can see his highlight reel below.