2017 National Signing Day – Ohio

National Letter of Intent early signing period

High School Football America is tracking all of the FBS signings in the State of Ohio on National Signing Day 2017.

National Letter of Intent National Signing Day 2017

Tyrell Ajian, DB – Madison Comprehensive – Kentucky

Tycen Anderson, DB – Toledo St. John’s Jesuit – Toledo

Darrian Beavers, S/WR – Colerain – Connecticut

Eric Bentley, DL – St. Vincent-St. Mary – Akron

Kyle Bolden, LB – Colerain – Cincinnati

Mitchell Berg, OL – Toledo St. John’s. Jesuit – Toledo

Ra’Von Bonner, RB – Sycamore – Illinois

Kobie Booker, TE – Barberton – Akron

Lynn Bowden, ATH – Harding – Kentucky

Matt Bockhorst, OG – St. Xavier – Clemson

Weston Bridges, RB – Copley – Michigan State

DeAndre Brimage, DL – Akron East – Akron

Coby Bryant, DB – Glenville – Cincinnati

Dustin Burkhart, WR – Arkon Coventry – Akron

Jerron Cage, DT – Winton Woods – Ohio State

Matt Carrick, OG – Perry – Michigan State

Dakari Carter, WR – Streetsboro – Toledo

Tyrone Chambers, DL – Lyndhurst Brush – Toledo

Danny Clark, QB – Archbishop Hoban – Kentucky

Sean Clifford, QB – St. Xavier – Penn State

Trent Cloud, WR – Bedford – Cincinnati

Reggie Corner, Jr., S – Canton McKinley – Akron

Rodney Croom, DL – Winton Woods – Marshall

Dustin Crum, QB – Midview – Kent State

Danny Davis, WR – Springfield – Wisconsin

Jimmy Daw, LB – Medina – Ball State

Colin DeBoard, WR – Centerville – Bowling Green

Matt Dotson, TE – Archbiship Moeller – Michigan State

Derek Downs, OL – Westerville North – Bowling Green

Tariq Drake, DB – Labrae – Ohio

Zach Dziengelewski, OL – Swanton – Bowling Green

Morgan Ellison, RB – Pickerington Central – Indiana

Darrick Forrest, DB – Walnut Ridge – Cincinnati

Ben Frye, DL – Dublin Coffman – Duke

Jacob Gall, OL – Archbishop Moeller – Buffalo

Kesean Gamble, LB – Cincinnati Hills Christian – Kent State

Sam Gerek, C/G – Avon – Northwestern

Chris Glaser, OL – Solon – Virginia

Brevin Harris, WR – Norwayne – Ohio

Jaylen Harris, WR – Cleveland Heights – Ohio State

Tyler Heintz, OL – Kenton – Kent State

Ty Henderson, WR – Dublin Jerome – Central Michigan

Julian Hicks, WR – Mayfield – Central Michigan

Jamal Hines, DE – Princeton – Toledo

Joel Honigford, OL – Garaway – Michigan

James Hudson, DE – Toledo Central Catholic – Michigan

Preston Hutchinson, QB – Mason – Eastern Michigan

Raymond James, ATH – Wayne (Dayton) – Kent State

Keontae Jones, DB – Colerain – Iowa State

Alex King, LB – Mason – Kentucky

DeAmonte King, WR/DB – St. Vincent-St. Mary – Toledo

Bryant Koback, RB – Springfield – Kentucky

Travis Koontz, TE – Boardman – Bowling Green

Nick Kovacs, WR – Springboro – Toledo

Charlie Kuhbander, K/P – Springboro – Northwestern

Cody Lamb, OL – Miamisburg – Cincinnati

Dominique Long, S – Westerville South – Michigan State

Moses Marshall IV, TE/HB – Brush – Kansas

Caleb Martin, QB – Fort Recovery – Toledo

Andrew Marty, QB – Wyoming – Northwestern

Vincent McConnell, OL – Massillon Washington – Cincinnati

Peter McIntyre, LB – St. John’s Jesuit – Northwestern

Adam Mehelic, TE – Hudson – Miami (OH)

Jeremy Meiser, DT – Archbishop Moeller – Old Dominion

Mike Miranda, OL – Stowe-Monroe – Penn State

Bryce Mitchell, WR – Bowsher – Toledo

Nathan Monnin, TE – Piqua – Kent State

Thayer Munford, OL – Massillon Washington – Ohio State

Jordan Murphy, DL – Crestview – Bowling Green

AJ Musolino, S – Struthers – Kent State

Josh Myers, OL – Miamisburg – Ohio State

Sam Neverov, OL – Dublin Jerome – Bowling Green

Jeff Nogaj, OL – Johnstown-Monroe – Iowa State

Jaylin Nolden, DE – Euclid – Buffalo

Gunnar Oakes, TE – Swanton – Eastern Michigan

Francisco Pedrozo, OL – St. Thomas Aquinas – Eastern Michigan

Will Phillis III, QB – Hilliard Bradley – Kent State

Trey Pugh, Superback – Jonathan Adler – Northwestern

DeCavilon Reese, RB – Benedictine – Marshall

Brad Robbins, P – Westerville South – Michigan

Dominique Robinson, ATH – Canton McKinley – Miami (OH)

Malcolm Robinson, DL – Massillon Washington – Minnesota

Drew Rosi, DE/TE – Olentangy Liberty – Toledo

Javonte Richardson, WR – Maple Heights – Kentucky

Amir Riep, CB – Colerain – Ohio State

David Rueth, LB – Alter – Ball State

Josiah Scott, CB – Fairfield – Michigan State

Dan Sichterman, DE – Kings – Iowa State

Matt Sichterman, OL – Kings – Nebraska

Cole Smith, K – Middletown – Cincinnati

TreSean Smith, CB – LaSalle – Louisville

Nathan Snyder, P – Marysville – Ball State

John Spellacy, OL – St. Ignatius – East Carolina

Logan Speyer, DE – Arlington – Miami (OH)

Caleb Stroneburner, WR – Dublin Coffman – Boston College

Jemarulin Suggs, RB – Akron East – Akron

Donte Taylor, Jr., DB – St. Vincent-St. Mary – Miami (OH)

Jabari Taylor, DT – Archbishop Hoban – Cincinnati

Darien Tipps-Clemons, LB – Piqua – Michigan State

DeAri Todd, DE – Clearview – Michigan State

Kadeem Trotter, S – McKinley – Syracuse

Kyle Vantrease, QB – Stow-Munroe Falls – Buffalo

Michael Warren II, RB – Toledo Central Catholic – Cincinnati

Hojo Watkins, Jr., OL – Colerain – Illinois

Nate Weinman, TE – Norwayne – Wyoming

Brendon White, ATH – Olentangy Liberty – Ohio State

Jarrell White, DB – La Salle – Cincinnati

Matt Wilcox, Jr., WR – Wayne (Huber Heights) – Bowling Green

Victor Williams, DB – Howland – Toledo

Malik Wooldrige, WR – St. Vincent-St. Mary – Akron

Darius Wortham, DB – Trotwood-Madison – Bowling Green

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Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.

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Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.