On the surface, that offer may have seemed unusual since Falcon missed last season with an injury, but he backed up the Buckeyes' faith in him at their camp last week when his combination of size, speed, athleticism and pass-catching ability was on full display.
"Things went really well down there," he said. "They basically said I performed well down there at camp during one on ones and drills, I looked smooth, and they gave me a couple things to work on and I'm going to take that back out here and work and perfect those things for when I go back and perform again."
The early Scout 300 prospect has since added offers from Akron, Toledo and Cincinnati, but has established a good relationship with the Buckeye staff, particularly, area recruiter Kerry Coombs and running backs coach Stan Drayton.
"Great group of coaches. They're real close to you when they coach. They like to put all their effort into coaching and I like that about Ohio State."
Now Falcon has his sights set on another Big Ten program.
"Tomorrow, at Sound Mind Sound Body, I'll be leaving a little early and going down to Wisconsin."
Falcon noted the Badgers' tradition of running the football, and hopes he can generate more attention from them and possibly his fifth offer while in Madison.
"They've been showing me some interest and hopefully, everything goes well down there and I might be coming back happy."