'21 PA C - Franck Kepnang (Oregon Verbal)

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    Franck Kepnang, 6-foot-11, 247 pounds, Westtown School (Norristown, PA)

    Yet another international player turned star prospect as Kepnang is originally from Cameroon and is still very raw as a prospect. He plays at a program in Westtown that Ohio State is really trying to tap into, seeing as they are also after his four-star 2021 teammate Jalen Warley. Ohio State’s coaching staff is going hard after Kepnang because his potential is through the roof and his recruitment seems a little more open. Right now it looks as though Texas A&M has the top spot with programs like Auburn, Oregon, and Ohio State trailing behind. With Ohio State recruiting Kepnang, Warley, and their 2022 teammate Dereck Lively II all out of Westtown, that definitely helps the Buckeyes’ cause, but it might not be enough. Other programs have recruited him longer and harder than the Buckeyes, so they are in the trail position as of right now. Texas A&M is near the top and Maryland seems to be another program in the top tier right now. Another factor in Kepnang’s recruitment is the potential of him reclassifying to 2020, which is something that both the Aggies and Terrapins would like. If that were to happen, then Ohio State would have no chance. If he does stay in 2021, the Buckeyes’ chances grow, but still not enough to be in the top group or be considered a favorite.

     
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