Not many players from the class of 2014 have committed, but Ohio junior wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass has apparently seen enough and wants to end his recruitment now. On Thursday, he will choose between Ohio State, Notre Dame, Penn State, Wisconsin and Michigan State.
Snodgrass was unable to make his planned visit to Notre Dame last weekend but was in Columbus for the Purdue game and in Happy Valley for the whiteout against Ohio State.
While many feel that the Buckeyes are the favorite, Snodgrass tweeted this following his visit to Penn State:
Last night >>>>>>>>>>>
— Thaddeus Snodgrass (@ThadSnod1) October 28, 2012
For those not hip to Twitter lingo, that’s a positive response.
Along with his top five, the 6’1″ 170 pound, four star junior wideout has offers from Ohio, Akron, Purdue, Toledo and Georgia Tech. In 2012 he had 30 receptions for 452 yards and is regarded as one of the top wide receivers in the midwest.
Will Thaddeus pick the hometown Buckeyes or will the success of guys like Bill O’Brien and Allen Robinson be enough to pull him out of Ohio? We’ll all know in about 24 hours.
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