Washington '18 CA DB - Brendan Radley-Hiles (Transfe to Washington)

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    Radley-Hiles hasn’t heard much from Ohio State since July visit

    While Gaoteote, a cousin of 4-star defensive tackle Haskell Garrett, has maintained a relationship with Ohio State, 4-star 2018 defensive back Brendan Radley-Hiles, a cousin of 5-star wideout Tyjon Lindsey, has not heard much lately from the Buckeyes.

    “We’ve not been talking really,” Radley-Hiles, the country’s seventh-ranked 2018 cornerback, told Landof10. “There was a little communication after they’ve offered with (Ohio State safeties coach Greg) Schiano. (He) came out to the school twice and I visited recently.”

    With Sept. 1 looming – the day that college coaches and rising juniors can share more open dialogue – the 5-foot-10, 175-pound defensive back, a teammate of 2017 5-star cornerback Darnay Holmes, said he hopes communication with Ohio State will pick back up. Either way, the recent commitment of his cousin hasn’t changed Radley-Hiles’ feelings about recruiting.

    “Hopefully,” he said when asked if he thinks the Sept. 1 date will accelerate his recruiting a bit. “I knew for a while Tyjon was going to Ohio State, so it didn’t really impact me too much, but it was great to see him do it.”

    Florida, Nebraska, USC and UCLA are among the early leaders for Radley-Hiles. Will the Buckeyes get more involved? We’ll find out.
     
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    DOUBLE TEAM

    Ohio State wide receiver commit Tyjon Lindsey will take an official visit on Oct. 29 when Ohio State hosts Northwestern, and he'll bring one of the top-rated defensive backs in the Class of 2018 with him. Lindsey and Calabasas, California, four-star cornerback Brendan Radley-Hiles are cousins and have been talking a lot recently about playing together at the next level.

    I mess with Ohio St. heavy. @TheTateMartell @tyjonlindsey

    — Brendan Radley-Hiles (@Bookie_44) September 21, 2016
    “It doesn't make a major factor [in my decision], but it would be nice if it happened,” Radley-Hiles told Eleven Warriors.

    The 5-foot-10, 175-pounder is considered the eighth-best corner in his recruiting cycle, and currently holds more than 20 offers from schools such as Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee, UCLA and USC.

    “Ohio State really just says that I can get to the [National Football] League with a great degree in my hands for future references,” Radley-Hiles said. “I could see myself in Columbus regardless of my cousin being committed.”

    Radley-Hiles is most looking forward to getting to know the coaches and seeing what the city and fans have to offer. But he's in no hurry to make a decision on his college future.

    “I'm just here to work my tail off in the classroom, be the best human I can be and be the most coachable player on the field,” he said. “My work ethic will present itself with my play, and [Ohio State would] be getting a guy who is passionate about his craft and won't ever fold no matter how much adversity I face.”
     
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