Ohio State’s first summer recruiting camp was highly productive. The university extended offers to seven new prospects from the 2026 and 2027 recruiting classes, focusing mainly on defensive backs and wide receivers.

The most notable prospect at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Wednesday was five-star 2026 safety Bralan Womack from Mississippi. He impressed coaches Tim Walton and Matt Guerrieri with his performance in individual drills and one-on-ones. Womack is ranked No. 21 overall and the No. 3 safety in the 2026 class by 247Sports. He has received 14 Division I offers, including from Notre Dame, Alabama, Arkansas, and others. It’s clear Ohio State is a strong contender in his recruitment.

Victor Singleton, a four-star 2026 cornerback from Ohio, was another standout. Singleton, who performed well at the Under Armour Next Camp in May, earned an offer from Ohio State after a strong workout on Wednesday. He is ranked No. 144 overall and the No. 10 cornerback in his class, with 14 Division I offers, including from Indiana, Kentucky, and Penn State.

Another impressive in-state player was four-star 2026 cornerback Jakob Weatherspoon from Avon High School. He secured an offer from Ohio State after a solid camp performance. Weatherspoon, ranked No. 196 in the 2026 class, has nine Division I offers, including Michigan and Penn State.

Pennsylvania cornerback Larry Moon III also earned an offer after displaying great instincts and athleticism. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound 2027 prospect holds nearly 25 Division I offers, including from LSU, Michigan, and USC.

Three-star 2026 wide receiver Jerquaden Guilford from Indiana exceeded expectations on Wednesday. He even held his own against Womack in a few reps. After camp, Ohio State extended him an offer. Guilford is ranked No. 477 overall and No. 72 among wide receivers in his class, with offers from Miami, Toledo, and Ball State.

Ohio 2027 wide receiver Jamier Brown impressed with his speed and performance in one-on-ones, earning an offer from Ohio State. The 5-foot-11, 160-pound prospect has 16 offers, including from Notre Dame and Michigan. Brown, who has been a lifelong Ohio State fan, was thrilled to receive the offer.

Georgia 2026 tight end Jude Cascone earned his third Division I offer, impressing with his athleticism and pass-catching skills. He also has offers from Georgia and Miami (Ohio).

Four-star 2026 Georgia linebacker Anthony Davis returned to campus to train with James Laurinaitis, despite already having an Ohio State offer. The additional coaching might help to determine whether or not Davis decides he wants to be a Buckeye.

Additionally, three-star Ohio offensive linemen Jake Cook and Nolan Davenport performed well at camp. Four-star 2026 offensive tackle Adam Guthrie also stood out. Scouts have reported that Cook looked extra impressive. However, don’t sleep on Davenport, who has made it known that he desires an Ohio State offer. The Canton, Ohio lineman would want nothing more than to wear the scarlet and gray after his high school playing days are finished.

Four-star Ohio 2025 cornerback Dawayne Galloway impressed by not losing a single rep, although he didn’t receive an offer. Ohio State already has commitments from the top two cornerbacks in the 2025 class and is pursuing five-star Dorian Brew. Galloway’s athleticism suggests he is an Ohio State-caliber player. If Brew decides to commit elsewhere, Galloway may get that coveted Ohio State offer.

Thursday’s camp promises to be just as exciting, with five-star 2026 defensive tackle Jahkeem Stewart working with Larry Johnson, and 2025 commits Tavien St. Clair and Nate Roberts expected to participate. Stay tuned to The OHIO Podcast for more camp news and notes.