CARROLLTON, Ga. — Recruiting is about to pick up in a big way around the Ohio State program with spring practice opening up a week from Tuesday. The Buckeyes will see some of the nation’s top talent roll through Columbus during the months of March and April and the nation’s top ranked junior prospect will be among that group in Charlotte (NC) Providence Day offensive tackle David Sanders Jr.
The 6-foot-6, 260-pound prospect is already being courted by all of the nation’s top programs and recently locked in his first unofficial visit to Ohio State.
“I’ll be up there April…
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