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Cleveland Glenville's Marcelys Jones
Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville Top100 2014 offensive lineman Marcelys Jones brings more holiday cheer to Columbus, giving his pledge to the in-state Buckeyes.
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Steve, in your opinion is Corch Urbs doin work son?
First croot in what is going to be an epic class....
Marshon Lattimore or Dante Booker will be next
Don't count out Lonnie Johnson either. It is commitment season baby!
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
Nice Christmas present, Buckeyes.
I'm not sure how they got him to fit in Corch Urbs stocking!?!?!
This one should do
Congrats guys, Glenville has always been pretty nice to your squad. The tradition continues.
Mixed bag lately. Smith and his son were the best we got.
Fair enough, but Glenville in the past has pumped out some pretty touted HS players. It hasn't been as ripe with talent lately, but there are still some players to be had there.
Frank Clark ended up being a nice pickup from there for us, but you guys still essentially own the ones you want. I'm hoping Willie Henry will be a player also.
Anyway gotta feel nice to get a stud on the OL.
OSU has basically had at least one starter from glenville every year for the last decade. Christian Bryant and Marcus Hall now, Jermale Hines before them. Smith and Ginn before them to name a few. They've been good to OSU but have also had their fair share of busts.
Hopefully Jones and (fingers crossed) Lattimore can go down as some of the good stories.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
More of a project, aka potential stud, IMO.
Fair enough, I really have no idea about the kid, just saw his ranking.
For sure, 247 seems to be high on him, Id guess he will be in the top25 in Ohio this year. High ceiling, but far from someone who would make an early impact, IMO at least.
I'd put Donte Whitner on that list. Arguably, ahead of both Smith and Ginn.
Always forget about him when discussing Glenville for some reason.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
We had a ton of G'ville players on our team for a few years running a while back. Coach Ginn had some big time players.
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