“Ohio State is great, their facilities are off the charts, the coaching staff is very, very into their job, they get down and dirty, they’re good people. The players were very helpful and they’re good guys. The program, it impressed me,” Richard Yeargin said.
Yeargin said he felt very confident about the way he performed in camp and it seemed like the coaches really enjoyed working with him. He feels confident about getting an offer from the Buckeyes in the future.
“The coaches were very helpful throughout the camp, just telling me little pointers here and there, things I could do better, things I really did well on. Afterwards the coach, I picked up a good vibe, he told me they’d love to get me back up there for a game to see it again. So I’m guessing after a few games this season, depending on how I do, they’ll make their determination on whether or not they’ll offer me, so I’m just waiting on that,” he said.
“It seems like they like my size, my legs, my build, and my stature, they could do a lot with that, and I guess my athletic ability.”
Yeargin already has offers from Clemson, Wake Forest, and Wisconsin. He plans to visit both Clemson and Georgia Tech later this summer with his teammates, Sean White and Khairi Clark. White and Clark will also be names to keep an eye on in the 2014 class.