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Mylan Graham Latest Five-Star Wide Receiver To Sign With Ohio State

Ohio State offensive coordinator Brian Hartline’s recruiting has paid dividends once again with the signing of five-star wide receiver Mylan Graham.

Graham (6-1 170) attends New Haven High School in New Haven, Indiana where is ranked the nation’s No. 7 wide receiver and the No. 23 player overall in the 2024 recruiting class per the 247Sports Composite.

Ohio State was the first school to offer Graham, but other national powers like Alabama, Notre Dame, Washington, Georgia, Michigan and others eventually offered as well.

Graham was offered by OSU prior to his junior season. In that junior season as New Haven he caught 48 passes for 1,149 yards and 13 touchdowns. As a senior, he suffered a lower leg injury early in the season and missed several games. He finished the season with 39 catches for 566 yards and six touchdowns in seven games.

Graham is one of the most explosive and dynamic receivers in the 2024 class. He has told Buckeye Huddle previously that the expectation is that he will start out as an outside receiver in Ohio State’s offense. He is expected to enroll over the summer.

Below, Buckeye Huddle takes a look at Mylan Graham’s film, breaks down his fit in the Ohio State offense, and discusses his immense overall talent level.

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