Analyzing huge recruiting weekend, Buckeyes running back depth chart

Aritcle written by:Jeremy BirminghamJeremy Birmingham



COLUMBUS — Ohio State has one of the most talented running back room in the nation. As part of Running Backs Week at Lettermen Row, the crew is back at Roosters to break down the talented unit and plenty more, especially from the recruiting trail.

Lettermen Row Director of Recruiting Jeremy Birmingham is joined by Lettermen Row staff writer Spencer Holbrook, former Buckeyes quarterback Cardale Jone and former Ohio State linebacker Bobby Carpenter to talk about the Ohio State running backs room and plenty more from the world of Buckeyes athletics.

Ohio State’s running back room is deep and filled with plenty of options. Master Teague is the proven back, while Miyan Williams flashed his potential during the Buckeyes’ postseason run. Marcus Crowley is finishing his recovery, but could play a factor. And true freshmen TreVeyon Henderson and Evan Pryor each are capable of earning early playing time in their careers. Steele Chambers remains in the mix.

That wasn’t even the best part of the conversation, however, as the crew broke down the latest happenings on the recruiting trail. The Buckeyes hosted their biggest recruiting weekend in more than 16 months over the weekend, hosting eight of their 12 commitments in the class of 2022 this weekend. They also offered five prospects at their camp last week. June is just starting to ramp up as Ohio State will open its doors for camps on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

How can the Buckeyes continue to dominate the recruiting trail in June? Who will be the next prospect to commit after the big recruiting weekend? And which Ohio State running back will emerge as the top ball-carrier this fall? The Lettermen Live crew is back at Roosters to break it all down.

Don’t miss this loaded episode, and don’t forget to grab the $2 appetizers from Roosters every Tuesday at all Roosters locations.

As always, Lettermen Live is hosted by Roosters on Olentangy River Road in Columbus.