Lancaster junior OL earns Ohio State offer

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Lancaster OL Kyle Trout

Ohio State offensive line coach Ed Warinner watched 2014 offensive tackle Kyle Trout
(Lancaster, Ohio/Lancaster) play basketball last Friday night. He
certainly liked what he saw because Trout and his parents visited Ohio
State this morning and Trout was offered a scholarship.


Ohio State offensive line coach Ed Warinner watched 2014 offensive tackle Kyle Trout
(Lancaster, Ohio/Lancaster) play basketball last Friday night. He
certainly liked what he saw because Trout and his parents visited Ohio
State this morning and Trout was offered a scholarship.

“He
did get an offer,” Trout’s father Kevin said moments ago. “We just left
Ohio State. We were with coach (Urban) Meyer and coach Warinner.

“It is a committable offer. Coach Meyer asked if he was ready to commit and said he can commit today if he wants to.”

Warinner had told Trout he was ready to sign off on an offer last
week and would talk to the other OSU coaches. Everything checked out
and now Trout has the option of becoming a Buckeye.

The Ohio State offer makes ten for Trout. His list includes
Michigan State, Illinois, West Virginia, Pitt, Indiana, Cincinnati,
Bowling Green, Ohio University and Toledo.

The 6-foot-6 and 270-pound Trout camped at Ohio State in June,
attended Friday Night Lights at the end of July, and went to several
Buckeye games last season.

Trout is a 4-star prospect in the 247Sports rankings. He is the
country’s No. 130 overall prospect, the No. 12 offensive tackle and the
No. 6 prospect in Ohio.

Kurelic’s Comment: My feeling is Trout will eventually join Marcelys Jones in the Buckeyes’ 2014 recruiting class.

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