With Ohio high school football still in the air, the domestic top ranked outlook has decided he will give up his senior season and practice for early registration at Ohio State.
Jack Sawyer, a 6 foot 5 tall, 230 pound defensive player at Pickerington North High School, has committed to the State of Ohio from February 2019. He was scheduled to enroll in Ohio State in January, but now he is in his senior season. go to college.
Thanks for the wonderful 3 years playing for Pickerington North. See you soon #BuckeyeNation. pic.twitter.com/mC09WDWcTJ
– Jack Sawyer (@ jacksawyer40) August 14, 2020
He̵7;s not the first Buckeyes to pledge to give up his high school senior football season. National insecurity due to the coronavirus pandemic prompted other recruits to make the same decision.
Buckeyes currently has the number 1 vacancy for 2021.
Ohio State pledges TreVeyon Henderson, whose top-ranked person is running back in the class, lives in Hopewell, Virginia, where the state pushed high school football in the spring. Henderson announced on July 19 that he will be preparing for early admission.
Henderson himself went through track and weightlifting exercises with a coach while performing his personal soccer exercises on his own. Henderson was involved in his decision by colleague Evan Pryor running back from North Carolina, tightly ending Sam Hart from Colorado and corner defender Jordan Hancock from Georgia.
Hancock announced that he will be missing out on his senior season on August 3, but for a different reason than his future teammates. The ESPN 300 recruitment tweeted that his mom is fighting breast cancer and his dad has heart disease.
“I love North Gwinnett and will never forget the precious memories I made with the community, the coach and the brothers I call my teammates,” wrote Hancock on social media. “Memories will resonate with me all my life and my family’s life is the most important issue for me. I love football but this is not the time for me to be selfish and think about myself.”