June 26, 2007
Adams turns recruiter
While the June 22nd one-day camp may not have produced any commitments the day of it seemed to put the Buckeyes in great shape with many of the nation's elite prospects. With the entire class of Ohio State commits in attendance it was a working afternoon for the likes of Mike Adams and the rest of his future Buckeyes.
Many of the top targets on the Ohio State recruiting board were all assembled in one place and it gave the young Bucks a chance to talk up their favorite school and try and get more players on board in a class destined to be one of the stronger classes of the Jim Tressel-era.
The No. 1 rated recruit by Rivals.com appeared to have a great visit by all accounts and the possible future signal caller of the Buckeyes showed off his athleticism in both sports on Friday.
The 6-foot-6, 220-pounder from Pennsylvania was not the only highly coveted player at the Woody Hayes Athletic Facility. St. Paul (Minn.) receiver Michael Floyd got led around by the young Bucks and shown what Ohio State has to offer.
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