The Ohio State Buckeyes and Coach Ryan Day have achieved a feat by securing the commitment of Long Snapper Morrow Evans. From Episcopal High School in Texas, Evans has earned the title of 2024 All-American, a testament to his level of skill and dedication. Evans joins the 2024 class for the Buckeyes.
In a significant powerhouse team building block for the future, Ohio State football has made a noteworthy addition to its 2024 recruiting class. Evans, a prominent name among the nation's top long snappers, has officially pledged to the Scarlet and Gray. Episcopal High School is in the football-rich town of Bellaire, Texas. Evans' decision to don the Buckeye jersey was unveiled in an announcement on a Saturday filled OSU excitement.
Amongst fierce competition from other colleges, Ole Miss and Texas A&M included, Evans stood firm in his commitment to Ohio State. He stated the team's legacy and their program outlook as reasons for his decision. While the limelight often evades long snappers in the grand realm of recruiting, it's worth noting that Evans is considered the second-best at his position the 2024 class according to Rubio Long Snapping.
His dedication highlights Ohio State's pursuit of excellence and the excitement of being part of OSU's football dynasty. As Ohio State prepares for the upcoming season, Evans' addition symbolizes the Buckeye football program's path to achievement.
Evans appears ready to deliver the snaps that will pave the way for future success. In 2023, Ohio State also acquired John Ferlmann from Boulder Creek Phoenix AZ to strengthen their long snapping position.