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2022 OH DB Jyaire Brown is a Buckeye!!!

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by HotMic, Apr 18, 2020.

  1. Crump's brother

    Crump's brother Moxahala Park Carnie/ Rehoboth Strangler

    Really happy for him, and obviously a great get. As someone who also lives halfway across the country, I can tell you there is nothing like being back in Ohio.
  2. AuTX Buckeye

    AuTX Buckeye Beam me up, Mr. Speaker. Yahoo Pickem Champ Former Game Champion

  3. LitlBuck

    LitlBuck Kevin Warren is an ass

    Welcome to the Buckeye family "Hollywood" :chest::boogie::boogie::boogie::yay3::yay3::yay3::yay2::yay2::yay2::groove::groove:
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  4. HotMic

    HotMic Mr. so-and-so Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

  5. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

  6. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

  7. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Let me preface the following with this: It’s not a unique circumstance for a committed player to tweet out offers, so that’s not really a big deal. C.J. Hicks tweeted out a Tennessee offer just minutes before he committed, for instance, and he just made public an offer from Oregon on Thursday. And Mike Hall still tweeted offers after he had pledged to the Buckeyes, and there’s about a 1 percent chance, probably lower, that either of them decommits from Ohio State.

    The case of Jyaire Brown provides a tad more hesitancy, though.

    The Louisiana cornerback being committed to the Buckeyes is not going to scare off other teams from making a hard push for him over the next two years before the 2022 cycle’s National Signing Day. You can expect LSU to make the hardest push of probably any program with an offer down the road, but as evidenced by Brown’s two new offers this week – from Penn State and TCU – other schools won’t be shy about making their pitches to him. We expect his offer sheet could rise from 21 to at least 30 by the time his junior season concludes.

    When Brown committed so early to Ohio State’s 2022 class, it jump-started a surge of momentum for the Buckeyes that carried over from the junior cycle to the sophomore cycle, which helped lead to a pair of in-state commitments (Tegra Tshabola and Hicks). Those two Ohioans would both register as a “one” on a scale of 1-10 in terms of concerns about a decommitment down the road (with 10 being the most worried, of course).

    Because of circumstance, I would put Brown at a higher number than one. I’m not saying that there should be major concern, but I would put the number at about a neutral three or a four – just because any time a national player makes a commitment that early without ever having visited, it should at least draw some hesitancy (even if this is a unique circumstance with Brown originally being from Ohio and having so many family members living in the state).

    To be very clear, I am absolutely not reporting that Brown is on the verge of a decommitment now or that he will be in the near future. But when Mark Pantoni said that one of the staff’s top tasks is to recruit committed players as if they are uncommitted, I believe this is the prime example of why those coaches make that such a priority.

    Brown’s case is a good example of why Ohio State’s coaching staff is probably not virtually high-fiving each other too hard simply because they have a verbal from Brown. In the end, I don’t think Brown will decommit because of what I said earlier – the strong local and family connections in the state and the fact that he’s at least visited the state a few times, even if he hasn’t visited Ohio State yet. That plus Kerry Coombs’ cornerback development reputation.

    But this is nonetheless going to be a challenge for the Ohio State staff to make sure Brown keeps his commitment until he signs. I would say the Buckeyes have a five-run lead in the sixth inning. In other words, they’ve got a major upper hand, but there is still a lot of time left to close it out.

    MARVYMARV14 Senior

    speed good feet, size... this kid is five star good, hope he sticks
  9. starBUCKS

    starBUCKS BPCFFB League #2 League Champion 2008 & 2010

  10. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member Fantasy Baseball Champ

  11. starBUCKS

    starBUCKS BPCFFB League #2 League Champion 2008 & 2010

    Switching High Schools. Not sure the reasons, but there's been a few departures because of states fall football outlook due to COVID.
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  12. Buckeye86

    Buckeye86 I do not choose to discuss it

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  13. HotMic

    HotMic Mr. so-and-so Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

  14. HotMic

    HotMic Mr. so-and-so Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

  15. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Jyaire Brown Enrolls at Lakota West and Joins Football Program

    Ohio State's 2022 cornerback commitment Jyaire Brown has announced where he will play high school football next fall.

    Last month on May 22nd Brown put out on Twitter that he would not be attending Warren Easton High School where he has played the past two seasons. While the reason for his transfer was not known publicly two options quickly arose for the four-star cornerback, return to his birthplace in Cincinnati Ohio or attend IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.

    The latter option quickly faded for Brown and he decided to return to Ohio for the next two years of his high school career. After deciding to return to Ohio he had to decide on a Cincinnati area high school to enroll at and that school ended up being Lakota West.

    A combination of playing with future college teammate Tegra Tshabola and opposite fellow Power Five 2022 cornerback prospect Alex Afari was too much to pass up for Brown. The Firebirds now have two future Buckeyes, one of Ohio's best cornerback duos, and a very talented 2022 class. recorded a video interview with Brown ahead of his announcement.

    To hear Brown talk about his decision to come to Ohio and getting to play with Tshabola, check out the video below:

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