First Receiver Of 2014 Class Commits To Ohio

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Recruits continue to roll in for Ohio Football. Andrew Meyer confirmed his verbal commitment to Ohio via Twitter on Tuesday and became the Bobcats’ 10th recruit of the 2014 class.

Meyer is a wide receiver from Pickerington (Ohio) Central High School, who stands at 6 feet and weighs 185 pounds.

He is currently unranked by most scouting services, and according to Ohio is the only school that has extended an offer to the Pickerington wide receiver.

In seven games played in Meyer’s junior season, he caught six passes for 197 yards and one touchdown. In the same season he was named to the Ohio Capital Conference first team. The wideout also earned second team all-conference honors as a sophomore.

With a 4.5-second 40-yard dash time, Meyer has good speed that allows him to separate himself from defenders.

Ohio already has two pass-catchers in its 2014 class in tight ends Kyle Kuhar and Connor Brown, but Meyer is the first wide receiver of the class.

According to NCAA rules a student-athlete’s commitment does not become binding until he or she sign a national letter of intent. Until National Signing Day on Feb. 4, 2014, Meyer may freely commit to another university.