September 12, 2010
Glenville standouts check out OSU
The atmosphere during Ohio State's 36-24 win over Miami on Saturday was just another day at the office for Shane Wynn, a 5-foot-6, 150-pound three-star wide receiver from Glenville High School in Cleveland.
Wynn was one of four Glenville prospects to attend the game as visitors of the Buckeyes' coaching staff.
"The atmosphere was cool but I'm used to it. I've been down there a few times before," Wynn said. "The crowd's like that every time down there at every O-State game."
Joining Wynn was four-star offensive lineman Aundrey Walker, three-star linebacker Andre Sturdivant and three-star quarterback Cardale Jones.
Walker agreed with his teammate on the atmosphere inside Ohio Stadium.
"The game was great, the people was great and the coaches were great," he said. "I had a great time."
Both Wynn and Walker left Columbus on Saturday feeling even better about the Buckeyes after their dominating win over the Hurricanes.
"I like them. I love them actually, it's my home school," Walker said. "What can't you love about the Buckeyes?"
Wynn was a little less forthcoming on his feelings for Ohio State, but the Buckeyes certainly are near the top of his list.
After the game the Glenville contingent stuck around to meet up with some former teammates now suiting up for the Buckeyes.
Walker also had the chance to talk with OSU assistant coach Taver Johnson.
"He was telling me how good I looked Monday, because (Glenville) played (at Ohio Stadium) on Monday and how great it was to see me at the game."
Both Wynn and Walker said their options in recruiting remain open and they aren't in a hurry to make any kind of decision. Neither has set up any official visits.
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