At Ohio State’s final one-day recruiting camp of the summer, the talent across all positions was outstanding. As a result, a record 18 players received offers. Every offensive and defensive position had at least one prospect offered.

The camp’s standout was five-star wide receiver commit Chris Henry Jr., the No. 1 overall prospect for the 2026 class. Returning to Ohio State after moving to California, Henry was the top receiver at the camp. He shared his positive experience working with coaches Brian Hartline and Devin Jordan and confirmed his strong commitment to Ohio State despite plans to visit LSU and Oregon.

Henry has been committed to Ohio State since last July after attending OSU’s SummerFest recruiting event. Since then, he transferred from Withrow High School in Cincinnati to Mater Dei in California, a school with a rich history of top recruits. His commitment and excitement about playing for the Buckeyes remain strong, a feeling that began when he first received an offer from Ohio State as an incoming freshman.

Henry, who stands at 6-foot-5 and weighs 205 pounds, combines size with speed, excellent ball skills, and impressive route-running ability. His physical attributes and play style draw comparisons to former Ohio State star Marvin Harrison Jr. Despite other schools’ interest, Henry feels his future is with Ohio State, where he plans to join in 2026 after finishing high school.

Ohio State’s camp also featured 2025 running back commit Bo Jackson, who enjoyed working with his future coach Carlos Locklyn. Defensive linemen, particularly five-star Zion Elee, showed strong performances, with Elee making his first visit to Columbus.

Four-star 2025 offensive lineman Mario Nash, despite a minor knee injury, praised his experience at Ohio State and plans to return for an official visit. The camp also attracted notable defensive backs like Jordan Thomas, Nassir McCoy, and Corey Hadley Jr., as well as the No. 1 rated safety in the 2026 class, Blaine Bradford, who earned a scholarship offer after an impressive showing.

Ryan Day offered scholarships to two top-100 quarterbacks for the 2026 class: Brady Hart and Jaden O’Neal. Other notable offers included five-star tight end Kaiden Prothro and four-star defensive lineman Camron Brooks. Prothro praised the program and its offense, while Brooks expressed admiration for Ohio State’s defensive line coach Larry Johnson.

Additional standout players included four-star 2026 running back Damarius Yates and top-100 defensive end Deuce Geralds, both of whom impressed during the camp.

The full list of prospects offered by Ohio State at the camp includes:

  • Five-star 2026 safety Blaine Bradford
  • Five-star 2026 tight end Kaiden Prothro
  • Four-star 2026 defensive end Camron Brooks
  • Four-star 2026 defensive end Jake Kreul
  • Four-star 2026 defensive lineman Elijah Golden
  • Four-star 2026 defensive tackle Jermaine Kinsler
  • Four-star 2026 running back Carsyn Baker
  • Four-star 2026 wide receiver Cederian Morgan
  • Four-star 2026 quarterback Jaden O’Neal
  • Four-star 2026 quarterback Brady Hart
  • Four-star 2026 offensive lineman Ben Nichols
  • Four-star 2026 safety Keenan Harris
  • Three-star 2026 linebacker Zach Weeks
  • 2026 wide receiver Connor Salmin
  • 2027 quarterback Trae Taylor
  • 2027 wide receiver Antayvious Ellis
  • 2027 running back Tyson Robinson
  • 2027 tight end Cole Crawford