4 posts 1999 Ohio State Buckeyes football replay 1999 Ohio State Buckeyes football replay. 1 defensive back in the state according to The Ohio Football Recruiting News…a USA Today honorable mention All-American…The National Recruiting Advisor had him listed as the nation’s No. The 1999 Ohio State Buckeyes football team represented the Ohio State University in the college football season of 1999–2000. Share. 1999 Ohio State Buckeye Football Recruiting – Ohio State Buckeyes February 3, 1999 COLUMBUS, Ohio — Head football coach John Cooper announced today that 24 student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to attend The Ohio State University and play football next fall.%^$
The 1999 Ohio Bobcats football team represented Ohio University during the 1999 NCAA Division I-A football season. %^$, %^$MATT WILHELM: 6-5, 240, Elyria, Ohio %^$Selected first-team Division IV all-Ohio by the Associated Press as a senior…recorded 100 tackles with 26 tackles-for-losses and 11 quarterback sacks as a senior for Elyria Catholic High…called a “super sleeper” by recruiting publications…excellent athlete who wasn’t on recruiting lists but who was recruited by virtually all the Big Ten schools…played tight end and running back at Elyria Catholic in addition to linebacker…coached by Kris Diaz. We were able to sign the in-state players that we went after and we were able to secure some out-of-state student-athletes that other major schools were after.” %^$, %^$The 1999 class includes 23 high school seniors and one from a prep school. %^$, %^$PUNTER/KICKER (1) %^$B.J. Henry%^$%^$, %^$THE 1999 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY RECRUITING CLASS%^$, %^$DEFENSIVE BACKS (4) %^$CURTIS CROSBY: 5-11, 175, Columbus %^$Considered a top five Ohio prospect and the No. All rights reserved. %^$, %^$ADRIEN CLARKE: 6-5, 315, Shaker Heights, Ohio %^$Selected first-team Division I all-Ohio by the Associated Press as a senior…one of the nation’s top 10 offensive line prospects according to The National Recruiting Advisor…considered Ohio’s eighth-best prospect by The Ohio Football Recruiting News and the No. %^$, %^$QUARTERBACKS (2) %^$CRAIG KRENZEL: 6-4, 215, Utica, Mich. %^$Rated as the No. %^$, %^$FRED STURRUP: 6-4, 270, Plantation, Fla. %^$Highly regarded Florida recruit…considered a top 10 defensive line prospect by The National Recruiting Advisor…recorded 100 tackles, 25 tackles-for-losses including 15 quarterback sacks as a senior for 11-1, state playoff-qualifying Plantation High team…recorded 103 tackles and nine sacks as a junior for 12-1 team which also advanced to the state playoffs…coached by Frank Hepler. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The Buckeyes compiled a 6–6 record. %^$, %^$JESSE KLINE: 6-2, 210, Columbus %^$Injured for part of his senior season with a hamstring pull, he still rushed for 1,100 yards and scored 15 touchdowns…rushed for over 200 yards in a state quarterfinal game for 13-1 Upper Arlington…considered the No. %^$, %^$RECEIVERS (4) %^$RICKY BRYANT: 6-1, 165, Farmington Hills, Mich. %^$The younger brother of Michigan senior-to-be wide receiver Kevin Bryant… considered the No. They missed out in any bowl games after having played in consecutive seasons since the 1988 team when John Cooper joined as head coach. 08/29/99: vs. Miami (Fla.) East Rutherford, N.J. L, 23-12: Box Score (PDF) 09/11/99 "Football Falls In Another Classic With Michigan", https://americanfootballdatabase.fandom.com/wiki/1999_Ohio_State_Buckeyes_football_team?oldid=151320, Matt Stanley 67 yard pass from Drew Bennett (Chris Griffith kick), Michael Wiley 3 yard run (Dan Stultz kick), Ken-Yon Rambo 2 yard pass from Steve Bellisari (Dan Stultz kick), Michael Wiley 5 yard run (Dan Stultz kick), DeShaun Foster 7 yard run (Chris Griffith kick), Jamar Martin 3 yard run (Dan Stultz kick), Ken-Yon Rambo 8 yard pass from Steve Bellisari (Dan Stultz kick), Jerry Westbrooks 8 yard run (Dan Stultz kick), Bill Conley - Recruiting Coordinator (12th year), Chuck Strobart - Offensive Coordinator (5th year). 3 prospect in the state of Ohio by The Ohio Football Recruiting News…No. American Football Database is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. The Bobcats were led by head coach Jim Grobe.
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“Our job is to replace the good players who move on from here with more good players. SANDER: 6-3, 195, Cincinnati, Ohio %^$Recruited as a punter, he could have the opportunity to place kick down the road as well…a left-footed kicker and punter, he is considered one of the best dual specialists in the state this decade…selected first-team Division II all-Ohio by the Associated Press as a senior…kicked a state record 60-yard field goal in 1998 win over Kettering Alter…averaged 40.0 yards per punt as a senior and averaged 43.5 yards per punt as a junior at Roger Bacon High…was 9-of-10 in field goal attempts, including field goals of 54, 51, 47, 47 and 43 yards as a junior…a four-year varsity kicker…coached by Dan Starkey. Hometown/High School%^$Tim Anderson DL 6-4 270 Clyde, Ohio/Clyde%^$Bryce Bishop OL 6-5 310 Miami, Fla/Killian%^$Ricky Bryant WR 6-1 165 Farmington H., Mich./Harrison%^$Drew Carter WR 6-4 187 Solon, Ohio/Solon%^$Adrien Clarke OL 6-5 315 Shaker Hghts, Ohio/Shaker Hghts%^$Curtis Crosby DB 5-11 175 Columbus/Eastmoor%^$Mike Doss DB 6-0 185 Canton, Ohio/Canton McKinley%^$Richard Hall RB 6-0 205 Wyoming, Ohio/Wyoming%^$Maurice Harris WR 6-2 200 Jacksonville, Fla./Raines%^$Ben Hartsock TE 6-4 250 Chillicothe, Ohio/Unioto%^$Jesse Kline RB 6-2 210 Columbus, Ohio/U. The Buckeyes compiled a 6–6 record, failing to go to a bowl game for the first time since the 1988 season, John Cooper's first year as head coach. MSUHOOPS. 17 final ranking in the USA Today poll…has a school record 14 career interceptions…rushed for 1,454 yards as a senior with 22 touchdowns…had 111 tackles and three interceptions as a senior…recorded nine interceptions and 97 tackles as a junior…high school teammate of current Buckeyes Kenny Peterson and Jamar Martin…coached by Kerry Hodakievic.
16 prospect in the midwest by the Detroit Free Press…a USA Today honorable mention All-American…recorded 98 tackles with eight sacks as a senior in leading Dublin Coffman to an 8-2 record and the Ohio Capital Conference divisional title…had 110 tackles and six sacks as a junior…coached by Eric Tudor. %^$, %^$DREW CARTER: 6-4, 187, Solon, Ohio %^$Did not play high school football as a sophomore or junior (concentrated on basketball and averaged 19.0 points per game as a junior), but came on as a senior, averaging a marvelous 27.0 yards every time he made a reception…ended up catching 33 passes for 890 yards and 13 touchdowns for an 8-2 Solon High team…three touchdown receptions in his second game as a senior hiked the interest from major schools…brother, Grant, will be a red-shirt sophomore at Minnesota…selected honorable mention Division I all-district…coached by Byron Morgan. © 2020 Ohio State University. The 1999 Ohio State Buckeyes football team represented the Ohio State University in the college football season of 1999–2000.
%^$, %^$KELTON LINDSAY: 6-1, 195, Lebanon, Ohio %^$Considered the top running back in the state of Ohio by many and a top 10 back nationally…committed to Ohio State in January of 1998…has tremendous speed…selected first-team Division II all-Ohio by the Associated Press as a senior after rushing for 1,500 yards and 16 touchdowns…a USA Today honorable mention All-American…led Lebanon to the 1998 Division II state championship with a 27-21 win over Chardon…scored the winning touchdown in the title game on a 41-yard dash with just 46 seconds remaining…rushed for 1,462 yards as a sophomore and 2,194 yards as a junior…scored 41 touchdowns as a junior and was the Ohio Player of the Year in his division while leading Lebanon to a 12-1 record and state playoff berth…coached by Dave Brausch. Sander P 6-3 195 Cincinnati/Roger Bacon%^$Nate Stead FB 6-0 255 Marion, Ohio/Harding%^$Fred Sturrup DL 6-4 270 Plantation, Fla/Plantation%^$Ziyier Walker DB 6-1 195 Patterson, NJ/Fork Union MA%^$Matt Wilhelm LB 6-5 240 Elyria, Ohio/Elyria Catholic%^$Matt Zahn OL 6-7 360 St. Henry, Ohio/St.
%^$, %^$MAURICE HARRIS: 6-2, 200, Jacksonville, Fla. %^$Heavily recruited by southern powers…has terrific combination of size and speed…caught 52 passes for 900 yards (17.3 yards per catch average) and 14 touchdowns as a senior, helping Raines to a 12-2 record and a berth in the Florida state semifinals…all-state and all-Northeast Florida…had 28 receptions for 882 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior while helping Raines to a 15-0 record and the state title…listed among the top 100 overall prospects and a top 12 receiver prospect by the National Recruiting Advisor…coached by Welton Coffey.