COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The rebuilding of the Ohio State passing attack won't include Ricquan Southward. The true freshman wide receiver has voluntarily left the program due to personal reasons, the school confirmed on Friday.
about 1664 days ago | Austin Ward | Ohio State Buckeyes
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- There will be a trophy on the line this season after all. Banned from the postseason and initially expected to be barred from officially winning its division because of it, Ohio State instead will be eligible to collect a little hardware if it wins the Big Ten Leaders Division.
about 1694 days ago | Austin Ward | Ohio State Buckeyes
Miami lost a prospect a few days ago (Ricquan Southward), but once again they have quickly bounced back and picked up another commitment. This latest verbal is an addition to the offensive line as Daniel Isidora (Weston, Fla.
about 1975 days ago | Craig Haubert | NCF On The Trail
Urban Meyer may not have directly influenced Ricquan Southward's decision (he committed prior to the official hiring of Meyer)- but the recent rumblings of the two-time BCS National Championship coach heading to Columbus likely helped.
about 1977 days ago | Billy Tucker | NCF On The Trail
Wide receiver Ricquan Southward (Lakeland, Fla.) has decommitted from Miami-FL in favor of Ohio State, multiple sources report. He made an official visit to Columbus, Ohio for the weekend of November 18th.
Ricquan Southward (Lakeland, Fla.) is a sleeper on the recruiting trail coming on late in his first season of real production at a traditional powerhouse. While he will need some technical polish when it comes to route running, Miami could have a steal here if its patient in his development.
about 1994 days ago | Billy Tucker | NCF On The Trail
Gators latest to target Green Going into this weekend, Class of 2013 running Ryan Green (St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Pete Catholic) already had offers from Florida State, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, Kentucky and Purdue.
about 1998 days ago | Corey Long | On The Trail: Southeast Region
Class of 2012 wide receiver Ricquan Southward (Lakeland, Fla.) committed to play for Miami-FL Sunday, multiple sources report. "I went down Saturday for the Duke game and I really liked the program," Southward told The Ledger.