Lancaster junior quickly climbing recruiting rankings

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Lancaster OL Kyle Trout

Lancaster junior OL Kyle Trout already holds offers from Cincinnati, Illinois, Toledo and Ohio. They aren’t the only one after the 6-6. 270 tackle. Ohio State and Wisconsin are also entering the picture.


The Buckeyes’ Senior Advanced Camp on Saturday attracted some
outstanding 2014 prospects from not only Ohio, but all over the country.
A number of them already had a scholarship offer from the Bucks before
they arrived at Ohio State.

However,
a local lineman that to this point has not received an Ohio State offer
came out of the camp as one of the most talked about prospects.

Offensive tackle Kyle Trout (Lancaster, Ohio/Lancaster) was
outstanding at Ohio State on Saturday. The 6-foot-6 and 270-pound Trout
has definitely thrown his hat into the ring as a potential Ohio State
offer guy, and Buckeye offensive line coach Ed Warinner made sure Trout
knows it.

“Coach Warinner said I did a lot of things really well,” Trout
said. “He said I picked things up right away and he is really interested
in me. He said I was one of the top two offensive linemen at the camp.”

Both Warinner and Luke Fickell stopped at Lancaster High School during the spring. They want the tall red-head to call them this week.

“They talked about giving them a call later this week,” Trout said. “I’ll call coach Warinner after Tuesday.”

Trout has scholarship offers from Cincinnati, Illinois, Toledo
and Ohio University. He has been to camps at Ohio State, Cincinnati,
Toledo, Ohio University and Wisconsin.

“Wisconsin said to call them later,” Trout said. “And they want me to come up for a couple games.”

Trout left no doubt he is hoping to land an offer from the Buckeyes.

“I’m definitely interested in Ohio State,” he said.

Kurelic’s Comment: Trout along with Jimmy Byrne from Cleveland St. Ignatius and Nick Richardson
from Westerville Central are three outstanding Ohio 2014 offensive line
prospects. I could eventually see all three landing an offer from the
Buckeyes.

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