It’s been a good last two days to be the Ohio State football team. More specifically, it’s been a good last two days to be Brian Hartline and the Buckeye wide receiver room.
On Monday afternoon, the Scarlet and Gray received a commitment from five-star wide receiver Carnell Tate, delivering the news in a humbling video he posted on his Twitter page. Tuesday followed with another five-star wideout in Brandon Inniss announcing his commitment with a graphic and message posted on his Twitter account.
Inniss, the country’s No. 2 receiver in the 2023 class, a top-four player from the state of Florida and a top-20 player nationally, entitled his message “Gods timing.”
First off I wanna thank God for putting me in the position I am today. Thank you all of the sacrifices and talking to me at times I didn’t know what to do next in life. I want to thank my mom and dad for being there every step of the way. I want to thank my brother for beating up on me when we were little. If I didn’t have that I wouldn’t be the man I am today. I want to thank my sister for always being at my games even when she didn’t want to. Next I want to thank all my coaches I ever had in my life for pushing me to be the best player on the field and even a better person of the field. I want to thank all the athletic trainers I ever had for always keeping me healthy and ready to go! I want to thank my teammates for pushing me to be the best version of myself. I want to thank ALL the college coaches who have recruited and put their time into me from the past 4 years. With that being said…for the next 3-4 years I will be taking my academic and athletic abilities to THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY!! #Gobuckeyes #backtoback #blessed
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The commitments of Tate and Inniss have seen Ohio State’s 2023 class climb to No. 2 in the country and close the gap on No. 1 Notre Dame. The Buckeyes now have two of the top-three receivers in the class and are still in the mix for at least one more. This is in addition to Hartline’s already loaded wideout room, which includes Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Julian Fleming, Emeka Egbuka and Marvin Harrison Jr.all highly recruited players who are still scratching the surface of what they can do for the Scarlet and Gray.
In 2023, Ohio State will add Tate and Inniss, along with four-star Bryson Rodgers to continue that pedigree.