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Class of 2023 5-star huge receiver Brandon Inniss dedicated to Ohio State on Tuesday.
In line with Hayes Fawcett of On3, Inniss mentioned the next about why he selected to turn out to be a Buckeye:
“The coaches there. I constructed an important relationship with them over time. I do know [wide receivers] coach [Brian] Hartline will develop me to be the perfect model of myself on and off the sector. Additionally the competitors within the WR room goes to be nice. I’ll produce other high guys like me pushing me on a regular basis and that is what I would like.”
Inniss selected Ohio State over colleges like USC, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Alabama, Auburn, Arizona State and Arkansas, amongst others.
A 6’0″, 190-pound receiver out of American Heritage in Florida, Inniss is ranked because the No. 2 wideout prospect and No. 18 total participant within the nation in 247Sports’ composite. He was named a Max Preps All-American in each his freshman and sophomore seasons.
247Sports recruiting analyst Andrew Ivins describes Inniss as “probably the most college-ready huge receivers to return out of the highschool ranks in recent times. An elite route-runner with a aggressive edge that may take over video games and beat double protection.”
Ivins added that Inniss “needs to be considered as a high-floor kind of prospect and somebody that’s going to have the ability to contribute very early on for a Prime 25 program. Will seemingly have a voice within the locker room given his dog-eat-dog mentality. NFL upside.”
Inniss initiatives to be a powerful contributor as quickly as he steps on the sector for Ohio State. His addition provides OSU one of many high recruiting lessons within the nation. Ohio State now has two 5-star prospects and 9 4-star prospects in its 2023 class, per 247Sports.
Inniss is about to affix an Ohio State program that has been dominant in recent times, dropping two or fewer video games in every of the previous 10 seasons.
That features three seasons beneath head coach Ryan Day, who led the Buckeyes to an 11-2 mark and a Rose Bowl win final season.
Ohio State has churned out high huge receiver prospects akin to Garrett Wilson, Chris Olave, Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin over the previous a number of years as properly, which seemingly contributed to Inniss’ resolution.