Landing top wide receivers is nothing new for the Ohio State Buckeyes but that doesn’t mean it is not big news when a top wideout picks the Buckeyes. Mylan Graham becomes the latest to join Brian Hartline and Ohio State as he just gave his pledge to his new team.
The 6-foot-1, 170-pounder had more than two dozen offers including ones from Alabama, Tennessee, Auburn, Georgia and Michigan to name a few, but it always felt that Ohio State was going to be the decision and that proved to be true with this latest announcement.
The New Haven (Ind.) product averaged 23.9 yards per reception over the most recent high school football season of 2022 to go with 48 receptions for 1,149 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Graham was on Ohio State’s campus at the beginning of April to take in one of the Buckeyes’ spring scrimmages and had a chance to spend time with not only his future coaches but many of his future teammates as well as potential teammates as the Buckeyes have been very active on the recruiting trail during the spring.
He joins a class with the nation’s top receiver in Jeremiah Smith, giving the Buckeyes quite the potent one-two punch in this class. When you couple what the 2024 class holds along with what Ohio State brought in for the class of 2023 and it is easy to see why the Buckeyes have one of the nation’s top offenses year-in and year-out.
Graham is the second player from the state of Indiana to join this class with offensive lineman Ian Moore (New Palestine) already in the fold. The Buckeyes are no strangers to landing top players from the Hoosier State with Joshua Mickens (2023), Caden Curry (2022), Zen Michalski (2021) and Josh Fryar (2020) all heading east to neighboring Ohio to play for Ohio State.
We will have plenty more on this breaking recruiting news including what Ohio State is getting with the addition of Graham, what this means for recruiting in general for Ohio State and so much more.
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