Cincinnati Moeller junior linebacker Nick Galvin attended Ohio State’s football camp last summer and plans to be back again in June. Galvin talks about his interest in the Buckeyes and the other schools in contact.
Ohio State has already offered a scholarship to three linebackers in the state of Ohio, Jamel Turner from Youngstown Ursuline, Jordan Hicks from West Chester Lakota West and Scott McVey from Cleveland St. Ignatius.
Turner has already committed to Ohio State while the Bucks are the odds on favorite to land McVey. Hicks has said Texas is his favorite school, but Ohio State is very much on his list as well.
The Ohio State coaching staff is in contact with a number of other linebackers in the state of Ohio including Nick Galvin from Cincinnati Moeller.
The 6-foot-2 and 210-pound Galvin moved into the starting line-up for the Crusaders early in his sophomore season and has been a fixture ever since. Galvin has played both middle and outside linebacker.
During his sophomore season Galvin registered 10 sacks and intercepted a pass that he returned for a touchdown. He made 42 solo tackles and had 56 assists his junior season. Among his 98 stops were 22 tackles for loss.
Recruiters are well aware of Galvin including the Ohio State coaching staff.
“I get mail from a lot of schools,” Galvin said. “Cincinnati, West Virginia, Boston College, Michigan State, I get letters from Ohio State.”
When asked to name some schools he is interested in, Galvin said, “Michigan State, West Virginia, UC, Ohio State I like for sure.”
Galvin attended Ohio State’s football camp last summer.
“I loved it up there,” he said. “I really liked their camp.”
Galvin plans to be back at the Buckeyes’ camp in June and will also likely attend camps at West Virginia, Cincinnati and maybe Tennessee.
Check out Galvin in action courtesy of our friends at ScoutingOhio.com: