TTUN '19 OH OL - Nolan Rumler (Michigan Verbal)

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    IT'S ON NOW

    Ohio State had two decommitments in the Class of 2017 from Akron Archbishop Hoban in Danny Clark and Todd Sibley, but that won't stop the staff from going back to the powerhouse program in search of another top talent like four-star offensive tackle Nolan Rumler.

    The Buckeyes offered him a scholarship on Thursday afternoon, making him only the fourth in-state sophomore with such distinction.

    The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Rumler is considered the 15th-best offensive tackle and No. 121 prospect overall in the Class of 2019. He holds 18 offers from programs such as Alabama, Cincinnati, Georgia, Michigan and Pittsburgh, among others.

    The Wolverines have long been considered the favorite for Rumler, as he's gotten to know the staff quite well since they offered way back in September 2015. If that holds, he'd become the first Top 10 prospect to spurn the home-state Buckeyes for their rivals since St. Clairsville four-star linebacker Michael Ferns in 2014.
     
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    Rumler focused on finding fit, not fandom

    On Thursday night we mentioned Ohio State’s most recent offer in Ohio: 2019 offensive lineman Nolan Rumler.

    Like most young men in Ohio, Rumler grew up watching Ohio State on television, but his family is from Jackson, Mich., (Rumler moved when he was 2) and he calls himself a Wolverines fan. Though Michigan has offered (and he’s likely leaning in that direction), the country’s 121st-ranked 2019 prospect says he’s trying to put his allegiances aside and view every school with an objective eye.

    “I want to see what each school has to offer,” Rumler told Land of 10 late Thursday evening. “To find the best fit for me.”

    Rumler, Ohio’s No. 5 prospect in 2019, visited Columbus for the first time as a recruit earlier this spring. He came away impressed by the Ohio State program.

    “I really liked how the coaches and players were with each other,” he said of his trip to visit the Buckeyes. “The program is all that they said that they are. They are a great football program and are great academically as well.”

    Though it’s early in his recruitment, there’s some sense that it was now or never for the Buckeyes and Rumler. He’s got his “dream offer” and he knows exactly what he’s looking for in a college football program.

    “Coaches, academics, distance from home, the program that they are,” he replied when asked what may make the difference in his recruitment. “I would like to stay within driving distance (of home), but if I really fell in love with a school that was very far away then I would choose them.”

    Michigan has a campus Rumler is very familiar with, and that no doubt has helped it maintain its place at the top of his list. Rumler is not as familiar with Ohio State, but that’s something both sides hope to remedy soon. Buckeyes assistant coaches Ryan Day and Greg Studrawa are both trying to get to know him.

    “I will be (back at Ohio State) this summer,” Rumler said. “Either for a camp or visit.”
     
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