What Buckeyes need to accomplish in June, analyzing tight end depth

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COLUMBUS — Ohio State is working to include the tight end position more into the passing game this season. As part of Tight Ends 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 senior writer Austin Ward is joined by Lettermen Row Director of Recruiting Jeremy Birmingham, former Buckeyes quarterback Justin Zwick and former Ohio State linebacker Bobby Carpenter to talk about all-time great Ohio State tight ends and plenty more from the world of Buckeyes athletics.

But that wasn’t the best part of the conversation. As June is officially here, the recruiting dead period is finally over. After 16 long months, recruits can return to campuses across the country. For Ohio State, the news means over 50 officials visits in the month of June along with a handful of camps.

The month is crucial one for the Buckeyes, as they’ll try to start to piece together their 2022 class. The first weekend may be the biggest and best. Many of the Buckeyes commits will be on campus this upcoming weekend. They’ll also host some of the country’s top uncommitted prospects in that 2022 class, which is shaping up to be a great one for Ohio State.

How can the Buckeyes stand out on the recruiting trail this month? Which positions do they need to lock up before the month is over? And how can the Ohio State tight ends continue their stretch of dominance with another talented and deep position group? 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.