'25 OH SAF - Trey McNutt (Verbal Offer)

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    TREY MCNUTT
    McNutt for Heisman, am I right? The Shaker Heights product has plenty of family ties to the Buckeyes being the son of former OSU cornerback Richard McNutt and the nephew of former Buckeye safety Mike Doss. He’s also a damn good football player, slotting in as the No. 2 safety in the 2025 class behind Delane. There’s no rush from McNutt to make a decision any time soon, but Ohio State will likely be in this recruitment until the end.
     
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    McNutt for Heisman... Again?
    Depending on how old you are, you may or may not remember the neither successful nor exactly legal Heisman campaign for Ohio State cornerback Richard McNutt in 2002. What started as a joke among some students who latched on to the fact that backup DB’s name had a strong connection to the school’s mascot turned into a bit of an issue when they were sent a cease and desist letter from New York’s Downtown Athletic Club, who sponsored the Heisman at the time.

    Since then, McNutt has gone on to coach at Ohio State, Northern Illinois, and Youngstown State, for the Cleveland Browns, and is now the defensive backs coach at Tennessee State under fellow former Buckeye Eddie George.

    But, perhaps most importantly for Buckeye fans, his son Trey McNutt is one of the best players in the country in the 2025 recruiting cycle. The No. 34 player nationally according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings, he is the No. 1 player in the state of Ohio and No. 2 safety in the class. While still sometimes classified as an athlete, the younger McNutt is undoubtedly a priority target for new safeties coach Matt Guerrieri.

    Over the weekend, McNutt decided at the last minute to come down to Columbus from Shaker Heights for the unusual January Junior Day, and he’s glad he did.

    “It was good, I had a good time seeing all the coaches,” he told Bucknuts’ Bill Kurelic.

    McNutt said that the Buckeyes are primarily pursuing him as a safety, but he could also play slot receiver or slot corner. Due to that positional focus, Guerrieri has been doing everything possible to build a relationship with the in-state OSU legacy.

    “Coach Guerrieri reached out as soon as he got to Ohio State,” McNutt told Kurelic. “He stopped at my school. We’re already building a great relationship ... The coaches had great energy (Saturday) and they made it known I’m a priority for them.”

    McNutt holds over 30 offers, including some from the biggest programs in the country — Georgia, Tennessee, Michigan, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Penn State, USC, Texas A&M, and more. He will be visiting Miami this weekend, but plans to be back in Columbus soon.
     
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