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Max Wray, who hails from Tennessee, is heading to the Ohio State Buckeyes over offers from Clemson, Auburn, Tennessee and Alabama. Wray is an ESPN Junior 300 offensive linesman and is the number 46-ranked prospect. Wray shared that the Buckeye's coaches have a solid track record for developing NFL potential. He also said that their program is consistent and Ohio really felt like home to him. As he toured the campus and mingled with the players, he felt that he fit in perfectly. Originally, Wray did commit to Georgia, but he recently changed his mind. Now, he is heading to Columbus to play for the Buckeyes.
Josh Proctor, the Four Star Safety, Declares Commitment to the Buckeyes Ohio State just received a commitment from Josh Proctor, the 'Sooner State' standout safety from Okla... Proctor, who weighs 185 pounds and is six foot two inches tall, made this announcement on Saturday. He was also contemplating offers from schools such as Texas and Oklahoma in the Big Twelve area. Proctor believes that it might surprise many in his locality that he will play away from home. In an interview, he said that - because people know where he grew up and his relatives played in OU - they expect him to follow suit. However, he feels that he has a good rapport with the Ohio State coaches, and therefore will be able to perform well for them.
Trevor Thompson is an Indianapolis native who played his first full season as a redshirt sophomore at Ohio State. Last year, Thompson opted to explore the NBA draft when the season ended, while also retaining his college eligibility. It seems that he will be trying again this year. However, he will return to Ohio State if the NBA draft is not favorable. Ryan Thompson, his father, shared with The Dispatch in a telephone interview that the situation is different because Trevor's performance was much better this year which proves that he can play at the NBA level. For the 2015-2016 season, Trevor Thompson averages per game were 5.1 rebounds, 17.9 minutes and 6.5 points. However, when he returned to the Buckeyes, freshman Micah Potter took the starting center position during fall camp. Thompson was able to start after Potter was injured. After, Thompson achieved the title of honorable mention all-Big Ten because of his improved average game stats of 9.2 rebounds, 23 minutes and 10.6 point
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Apparently it seems that Comcast has blocked access to the PirateBay, which is a well known and still defiant bittorent site. There is a battle going on here but for the moment the rules regarding net neutrality still hold. Although as a writer this person does not submit to the iron hand of Comcast, many publications are free to make their strong statements. For example Doug Aamoth claims he is being actively denied as a Comcast subscriber. In Boston where he is located he can not get access to the site.
Coach Urban Meyer's Ohio State Buckeye Defense got a little better today with the announcement that five-star recruit, defensive tackle Taron Vincent has committed to play for the scarlet and grey from next season. Ranked the number one defensive tackle and 21st overall player in all high school, Vincent brings size and athleticism to the Buckeyes defense. Playing his high school football at Florida's IMG Academy, Vincent's play made him a standout. Standing 6-1 and weighing 290 lbs, his ability to play the run and rush the passer caught the eye of many a division one scout.