On January 5, 2011, the top high school football players in the country, including those committed to or interested in Ohio State, will be showcasing their skills at the Under Armour All-America Game in St. Petersburg, Florida.
While many of the players have made a verbal commitment to the schools they intend to enroll at in 2011, several are still undecided.
This game will be broadcast live on ESPN, allowing this crop of young men, and elite football players an opportunity to demonstrate their abilities to the entire nation one last time before February and national signing day.
QB Braxton Miller (pictured) and Steve Miller are two of the Under Armour All-America players you will see in this game that have already verbally committed to the Buckeyes.
Others with scholarship offers from the Buckeyes that Ohio State fans may want to keep an eye on include the nation's top prospect DE Jadeveon Clowney (6'6, 240, Rock Hill, SC), S Jabari Gorman (6'0, 180, Miami, FL), S/CB Doran Grant (5'11, 177, Akron, OH), ATH Darius Jennings (5'11, 175, Baltimore, MD), and DT Kevin McReynolds (6'2. 275, Washington, D.C.).
Landing at least two or three of the undecided players listed would guarantee Ohio State the overall top recruiting class in 2011. As of now, the Buckeyes 2011 class is ranked second, but as noted should easily jump to No. 1 after NSD.
Be sure to catch the game on January 5th, and stay tuned to BlockONation for more recruiting news!
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