Pretty much 24 hours after landing the No. 3 wide receiver in the Class of 2023, the Buckeyes have come back for seconds. The No. 2 wide receiver in the Class of 2023, Brandon Inniss, has announced he will also be committing to Ohio State. This now gives the Buckeyes yet another five-star wide receiver in their receiving core. 

Brandon Inniss is 6’0, 190-pounds but plays like he is 6’3, 220-pounds. He plays very hard, has amazing hands, and can turn on a dime. As you could imagine Inniss had the choice of any school across the United States. At one point he was committed to the University of Oklahoma but decommitted once Lincoln Riley left the Sooners. Since then Alabama and USC have been some of the schools competing with Ohio State for the South Beach native.

As said earlier this gives Ohio State yet another five-star wide receiver to work with. He joins wide outs like Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Marvin Harrison Jr, Emeka Ebuka, and Julian Fleming. All were elite receiving prospects coming out of their classes. On top of that there are still guys like Caleb Burton, and Kyion Grayes being molded in the lab currently. 

All of that is without mentioning the fact they still just landed another five-star receiver yesterday in Carnell Tate. C.J. Stroud will have no shortage of weapons up in Columbus for however long he decides to stay there. Another thing is for certain; Dylan Raiola is going to get handed the keys to one of the most dynamic offenses in the nation. The Buckeyes are reportedly pretty hot on the tail of Baylor commit Austin Novosad, but if they are unable to flip him it will more than likely be the Raiola show going forward. 

After seeing Brandon play in person for pretty much a full week I am already sold on his talent. I truly believe he can not just see playing time as a true freshman, but be exactly what Garrett Wilson was for them from 2019-2021. 

Ohio State Head