In Monday’s Hurry-Up, we highlighted how much five-star defensive end Keon Keeley was beaming when he walked out of the tunnel and onto Ohio Stadium’s field. Probably the only recruit that could have matched his excitement from an initial pure joy standpoint seeing the field and crowd for the first time was four-star Georgia defensive end KingJoseph Edwards. While taking a few steps toward the field, Edwards had an ear-to-ear grin, cell phone in hand, capturing video of everything he was taking. Upon initially entering, he humored a fan’s request from the stands to take a selfie with him. He then watched Ohio State start its season on the right foot by taking down Notre Dame 21-10. “This was my second visit. It’s always a pleasure when I’m at Ohio State,” Edwards told Eleven Warriors. “I got on campus around 11 a.m. I saw the team, spoke to coach Day and coach Johnson and watched them do walkthroughs and team meetings. It was a really good day.” Saturday was the first time recruits could watch Jim Knowles’ scheme play out in person at Ohio State. If Week 1 is any indication, it lived up to everything Edwards thought it would be and more. “Their defense is next level,” Edwards said. “Very strong and persistent. I want to keep working so I can perform at the level that they do.” The 6-foot-5, 242-pound Edwards spoke with both Day and Johnson on his visit and said he appreciated Johnson’s message to him and added it resonated with him when he left Columbus. “The highlight of my trip was speaking to coach Johnson about hard work and staying mentally locked in no matter what God challenges me with,” Edwards said. “Coach day told me adversity is a way of life and don’t fold. He told me to stay focused, and everything will work out in my favor.” Edwards has already locked in his next visit to Columbus. He said he plans to attend OSU’s rivalry game with Michigan on Nov. 26 for his third visit to Ohio State.