The times could not be better for Ohio State Bucket fans on the way to recruitment and expectations are that they will only improve. Buckeyes added its second five-star receiver in 2023 this week with the commitment of Brandon Inis.
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WHAT THE STATE OF OHO GETS
The Buckeyes get a bona fide playmaker at Inniss. At the athletic end of the spectrum, Inniss is elite. With five stars as his successor, he joined his American Heritage team as a quarterback last fall, leading his team in passes and assists. He was also the Patriots’ second leading striker after him Ohio run back commit Mark Fletcher. Whatever the Buckeyes coaching staff wants him to do, Inniss can do in attack as an experienced player.
WHAT DOES INNISS DIFFERENT
In the strange turn of events, leading his team in the passing yards, Inis was still leading the Patriots in receiving yards, stretching 17 receptions into 341 yards with two touchdowns. He is an explosive talent who can turn a simple game into a six on the board. For anyone who is unsure of their acceptance skills after their teenage years, he has repeatedly shown that this off-season is elite, burning the best defenders across the country, playing 7 on 7.
WHY THIS IS GREAT FOR BUCKY
Every time a team can get a five-star player, there is reason to rejoice. For Ohio, the Buckeyes already have a deadly duo for years to come Carnel Tate and Inis. The versatility that Inis and Tate bring to the field will allow the head coach Ryan Day options within his attack, forcing teams to choose who to double if possible. Day can be overloaded on one side, attract protection over the exploitation of holes on the opposite side of the field, or it can split its receivers, forcing the protective devices to cheat and leaving the windows in the secondary.
In terms of recruitment, the Buckeyes are just 12 players in their class for 2023 with a team ranking in the top five of rivals and are ready to stay in the top echelon for the future and are ready to fight for the highest honors, when the National Signing Day came. Six elite players from the state of Florida are currently feathers in the hat of Bucky’s coaching staff.