Curtis Grant Picks Ohio State

Curtis Grant Picks Ohio State

Curtis Grant

Curtis Grant Picks Ohio State

On the Nation's Signing Day, Ohio State Football was lucky enough to be chosen by Curtis Grant. For the first time in a long time, Ohio State is successful in their efforts to recruit a great player at the end of the recruiting process.

Curtis Grant is probably the best linebacker in the country to be entering college football, and he picked Ohio State over schools like Florida and Virginia.

He was an All American player from the state of Virginia. In the weeks leading up to the day when his decision became known, Curtis was silent about which school he planned to pick. Ultimately, he choose Ohio state and said he had a lot of feelings toward the school and the group he would become a part of.

During an interview on the sports channel ESPN, Curtis Grant referred to his future Ohio State teammates and classmates as a family. He also said he has plans to do "good things" with them.

He was the twenty second player to sign on with Ohio. Here is his bio. Weighing 225 pounds and standing tall at six foot three inches tall, Curtis was considered by many to be the number two prospect for college ball recruits. He played in the All American Game and was incredible. Almost every good school offered Curtis Grant a spot. However, Ohio State was the one to win the boy who made over 150 tackles in his junior year.

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