There is no shortage of huge junior offensive line prospects in the state of Ohio. One of the biggest is Bryant Ausperk from Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary.
We have more on Ausperk and the interest he is getting from the next level.
There is no shortage of huge junior offensive line prospects in the state of Ohio.
One of the biggest is Bryant Ausperk from Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary. The 6-foot-8 and 300-pound Ausperk started all 10 games this season for St. Vincent-St. Mary.
Ausperk is a very good run blocker who reads the defensive well and can overpower his opponents.
Ausperk is receiving mail from Ohio State, UCLA, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Cincinnati, Pitt, Indiana, Virginia, Northwestern, Virginia and Oregon among others.
“I went to a game at Illinois,” Ausperk said. “I was invited to games at Ohio State, Northwestern, Alabama and Indiana, but I didn’t have a chance to go to those.”
However Ausperk is familiar with OSU.
“I’ve been to Ohio State a couple times,” Ausperk said. “I like it there a lot. I like Oregon too. And hopefully I’ll get to UCLA sometime too. But Ohio State is my favorite. It’s my home-state school.”
The Buckeyes will look to sign at least four offensive linemen for their 2010 recruiting class. They have already offered a scholarship to the top two blockers in the state of Ohio, Matt James from Cincinnati St. Xavier and Andrew Norwell from Cincinnati Anderson.