It was a busy weekend for the Ohio State football program as the Buckeyes picked up three commitments.
- Josh Simmons, a transfer offensive lineman who could help fill Ohio State’s biggest need for 2023 and beyond
- Lorenzo Styles, Jr., a Buckeye legacy and the older brother of current OSU safety Sonny Styles, would could be a long-term answer at a position of serious need moving forward
- Jordan Lyle, a home run hitter at running back, who gives the Buckeyes their first commitment in several years from one of south Florida’s most-talented programs
Plus, what’s the latest on Tywone Malone, the SEC transfer target who visited Columbus this weekend?
Marc Givler of BuckeyeHuddle.com joins host Tom Orr to discuss all of that and more.
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