Ty Hamilton Pickerington Central advanced all the way to the State Semifinal relying quite a bit on its defense, and Ohio State defensive end commit Ty Hamilton is at the center of that. He leads the front seven, and his versatility makes him difficult to block at the high school level because his skillset applies anywhere he lines up. After having been to semi-state, Hamilton will definitely be fighting to get to the final as a senior but also to prove that he did deserve the Ohio State offer. First Game: vs. Winter Park, Aug. 30 Game to Watch: at Pickerington North, Oct. 18 This matchup could be penciled in every year as the game to watch, but this year has an interesting combination of prospects Ohio State is showing interest in. Ohio State commit and No. 1 overall 2021 prospect Jack Sawyer will play on the field at the same time as 2021 wide receiver target Lorenzo Styles and his quarterback, 2020 three-star Demeatric Crenshaw. Crenshaw could potentially be the second quarterback in the 2020 class if Ohio State wants to add another. Pickerington Central won last year’s competition, 16-7, so Hamilton and Sawyer will have massive pulls on this game.