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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

The Hree-Up: Observations From Thursday All-American Bowl Practice, Cormani McClain Will Visit Ohio State

San Antonio – Thursday’s All-American Bowl practice for the West team was much lighter than Wednesday afternoon’s combined practice with the East.

There weren’t as many observations since Thursday, between trick-play practice and a lower-than-usual level of intensity just two days away from Saturday’s game, but eleven warriors Was on hand for practice, though. Here are several observations from Thursday’s exercise:

  • It is easy to understand why two players from the West team would be the least distracted. OSU offensive lineman commit Carson Hinzman and signer George Fitzpatrick both learned of Greg Studrava’s firing during practice, and were particularly shocked by the news. However, both are committed to the state of Ohio.

  • In non-Studra news, Devin Brown continues to be as impressive as ever with the strength of his arm. Heinzmann still spoke about them after the practice was over. “He launched a 50-yard bomb, that’s crazy. I’m from Wisconsin and a school that runs triple option, so it’s like flying a spacecraft for the first time.”

  • The West team worked on setting up a lot of throwback screen dramas on Thursday morning’s session. Brown threw at least four or five.

  • Trick play was also good. The first was a wide receiver reverse pass downfield, and Ohio State 2022 four-star signer Kyon Grays was given the honor of throwing the first one.

  • Brown showed that he also has some hands, apparently, on another trick play.

  • Stop me if you’ve heard it before, but in an 11-on-11 practice, Caden Curry beat his man in the play and dismissed Brown if he had been allowed to hit him, but All-American Bowl practices. There are minimum contacts No contact is allowed at the quarterback.

McClain to visit Ohio State

Ohio State could host a five-star 2023 cornerback in just a few weeks.

Cormani McClain, who is ranked the fourth best player in the 2023 cycle and the top cornerback in 247Sports’ overall rankings, told On3 this week that he plans to visit five schools soon: Ohio State, Alabama, Miami, Michigan and Oklahoma. That list is somewhat different from the top five McClain in November, which included Ohio State, Florida, Florida State, Alabama and Miami.

Obviously, landing a talent of McClain’s caliber will be monumental for OSU, but its top cornerback target for 2023 is AJ Harris, who recently delayed his original commitment date of January 11. Sapna, the Ohio State coaching staff would certainly be happy to have them.

Aguero flirts with the Buckeyes

One of the top safaris in 2023 has Ohio State in mind. Jonelle Aguero, a four-star recruit, rated the second-best security prospect in the 2023 class, posted a photo of her in an Ohio State uniform from her trip in June.

The Buckeyes already have a safety in Cedric Hawkins in the 2023 class, but they will gladly take another, especially one of Aguero’s caliber. Aguero’s lead recruiter was Matt Barnes from Ohio State, who recently moved to Memphis to become the defensive coordinator, so it will be interesting to see how his relationship with OSU develops. But if a tweet is any indication, he’s still considering them as an option.

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