Michigan State '15 OH RB - L.J. Scott (Michigan State Verbal)

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  1. SanDiegoBuckeye

    SanDiegoBuckeye OG SB Member

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    It's probably in his best interest to go to Sparty. I'd love to have him but he'd be buried on the depth chart here. I think he'll be a good one for Sparty and I actually like Sparty getting good players like this while TSUN has their best players de-commit.
     
  2. LifetimeBuckeyeFan

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    I hope no one is offended by this, but I don't believe Scott is that big of a loss. Personally I think George Hill is the better running back right now and he was only a junior this year. I think we are sitting pretty with Damian and lets face it, we are loaded at RB right now. Best of luck to Mr. Scott (except when he plays against us).
     
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  3. jn25code

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    loss at all,Damien Harris is the man.
     
  4. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Proud to be a Buckeye Staff Member

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    Agree. Ohio State will be fine.
     
  5. OSUBasketballJunkie

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    Ohio State is recruiting Scott VERY HARD and they have not walked away from him
     
  6. Bucknut502

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    I think that tells us everything we need to know about Harris.
     
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  7. PHATBUCK13

    PHATBUCK13 My favorite athlete of all time is Myself

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    The Kentucky insiders think that it's all but officialfor Harris to UK..

    Weber and Scott are being persued very hard right now by OSU...
     
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  8. jn25code

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    Looks like a done deal,Harris a "Wildcat"
    With Smith gone sr anyway,Dunn injured a lot,Ball not ready,Elliott a JR.in 15,it might make D.H. still look at us ??
     
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  9. OSUBasketballJunkie

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    "No, not at all," Scott told cleveland.com during an in-person interview last week when asked if Ohio State has backed off.

    Meyer will have a shot to plead Ohio State's case, as Scott said he's going to visit Columbus before the end of the season – likely for the Buckeyes' home game vs. Michigan in November.

    That's going to cause quite a stir.

    "I think I am prepared, but I'm probably not because (Ohio State) is going to be hitting me pretty hard," Scott said. "I just am going to do what's best for me. I won't turn them down or just ignore them or anything. I'll still show them the respect and take a visit and everything if they want me up there. They want to talk to my mom as well, so I'll show the respect and take a visit."
     
  11. OSUBasketballJunkie

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    The departure of Coach Narduzzi from MSU has had an affect on Scott...........

    Ohio State could get back into the picture here........
     
  12. PHATBUCK13

    PHATBUCK13 My favorite athlete of all time is Myself

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    I have a feeling that Weber flips to Michigan and Scott flips to OSU....

    I'd be ok with that, but I prefer Weber...
     
  13. AZBuckeye

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    I hope this doesn't happen.

    I want Weber.

    However, In Urban We Trust.
     
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    2015 – LJ SCOTT, RB
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    Instead of heading to Ohio State, the Hubbard High School star running back – ranked No. 6 nationally at the position, No. 2 in the state and No. 60 overall in America – went up north to Mark Dantonio’s program and became the program’s ninth all-time leader in rushing yards (2,855) and carries (610) while finishing in the top 20 in rushing touchdowns, total touchdowns and all-purpose yards.

    As a freshman, Scott ran for 58 yards on 13 carries in the Spartans’ 17-14 upset win over No. 2 Ohio State in 2015, including 50 yards on 10 carries in the fourth quarter. That included a pair of clutch runs during Michigan State’s final drive of the game to set up the game-winning field goal as time expired.

    Mike Weber was Ohio State’s running back signee in the 2015 class, so while Scott was technically the top-ranked Ohioan not to sign with the in-state powerhouse, it worked out for the Buckeyes.
     

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