Mentor’s Trubisky on OSU: “What they are doing with their offense – I think I would fit into that.”

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Mentor QB Mitch Trubisky

The Ohio State coaching staff welcomed in a very talented group of prospects to their spring game on Sunday. The group included Mentor quarterback Mitch Trubisky. Said the QB: “They told me they are going to take two quarterbacks in this class and…”


The Ohio State coaching staff welcomed in a very talented group of
prospects to their spring game yesterday. The group included Mentor quarterback
Mitch Trubisky.

“It
went good,” Trubisky said. “I had a good time. I went down with my dad.
I just enjoyed the game and talked to the coaches. I talked to coach
(Stan) Drayton and coach (Tom) Herman, and coach (Urban) Meyer for a
second.”

Meyer recently landed a commitment from the country’s No. 1
dual-threat quarterback JT Barrett. But Trubisky isn’t worried about
that. Drayton and Herman made sure Trubisky knows he is still very much
on their recruiting board.

“They told me they are going to take two quarterbacks in this
class and they are going to keep recruiting me hard,” Trubisky said.
“They are coming up on Friday to watch me throw. Coach Herman is coming
up.”

Trubisky, who also recently attended an Ohio State spring
practice session, liked what he saw of Meyer and Herman’s offense on
Saturday.

“I liked how they opened it up more,” Trubisky said. “They threw
the ball a lot which is appealing to me. What they are doing with their
offense – I think I would fit into that.”

The 6-foot-3 and 195-pound Trubisky had an excellent sophomore
season. He threw for 1,218 yards and nine touchdowns while also scoring
twice rushing.

Trubisky had a spectacular junior season. He threw for 3,845
yards and 41 touchdowns. Trubisky also rushed for 611 yards and 12
touchdowns.

Trubisky and his teammates rolled to a 9-1 regular season record
and gained a birth in the Division 1 state playoffs. Mentor finished the
season 11-2.

Trubisky has scholarship offers from Ohio State, Alabama,
Michigan State, Tennessee, Cincinnati, Northwestern and Toledo, though
he has to throw in front of the OSU and Crimson Tide coaches before he
could commit.

“My top four are still Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan State and Tennessee in no particular order,” Trubisky said.

Kurelic’s Comment: Friday will certainly be a big day for
Trubisky though I would not say it is a given by any means that he would
commit immediately if the opportunity comes this weekend.

Check out Trubisky in action courtesy of our friends at ScoutingOhio.com:

Mitch Trubisky Video

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