TTUN '20 NY LB - William Mohan (Michigan Verbal)

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    Ohio State going back to Erasmus Hall

    The Buckeyes have long been close to the coaching staff at Brooklyn (N.Y.) powerhouse high school Erasmus Hall. That relationship has helped Ohio State land Curtis Samuel, Jahsen Wint and Matthew Jones in recent recruiting years. And this weekend, Ryan Day offered his first Dutchmen athlete when the Buckeyes offered 3-star 2020 star William Mohan.

    Mohan camped at Ohio State last summer, and New York’s fourth-ranked 2020 prospect has started to pick up a lot of momentum on the recruiting trail. Aside from the Buckeyes offer, he’s also added offers from Penn State, Miami and Mississippi State since the start of January.

    A 6-foot-1, 195-pound athlete who is versatile enough to play in the secondary or at wide receiver, but physical enough to play linebacker, Mohan’s junior highlight tape shows off his explosiveness.

    “He is a ferocious hitter with relentless pursuit that has bad intentions on contact,” Dutchmen coach Danny Landberg told Lettermen Row of Mohan. “He’s very athletic and ran a 4.56-40 yard dash last year at Ohio State camp.

    “His speed off the edge is very scary and he has the right measurables at 6’1 195. Our players have faired very well in college so the name brand of Erasmus Hall has been holding weight.”

    Ohio State has already offered 2021 Erasmus Hall defensive end Jahzion Harris, and it’s likely both he and Mohan return to Columbus once or twice before the start of next football season.
     
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    William Mohan feeling good about Ohio State
    Ohio State is extremely familiar with Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn, turning to the Dutchmen a number of times in recent years to sign Curtis Samuel, Jahsen Wint and Matthew Jones from the New York powerhouse.

    The Buckeyes offered William Mohan, a 3-star athlete in the Class of 2020 back in mid-January, and the 6-foot-1, 195-pound standout told Lettermen Row he’s feeling very good about where things are with that relationship.

    “I’ve been talking a lot with the Ohio State coaches,” Mohan, who prefers to be called by his nickname, Apache, said. “I talk to [linebackers] coach Al Washington the most.”

    Talking to Washington makes the most sense, because Mohan’s most likely position if he chooses Ohio State is the new “bullet” position, a hybrid safety/linebacker. Mohan, New York’s fifth-ranked player in 2020, has obviously spoken to his former teammates about what the Buckeyes are all about.


    “They say it’s a great school,” he said. “They love the campus and they feel like they’re at home and they’re comfortable there. They say it’s hard work, but you’ve got to overcome that adversity.

    “The reason I love Ohio State is because my former teammates that went there have been successful. I know they that over there they have a great organization, and I know the environment is amazing.”

    Aside from the Buckeyes, Mohan is also close with a few other schools, including Michigan, Miami, Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Rutgers among them. There’s no date set for a return trip to Ohio State, but Mohan hopes that happens in the next few months.
     
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