SI All-American: Ten Ohio State Commits Make Preseason SI99 List

Buckeyes lead the way as the only school with double-digit commits on the list of top 2021 high school football prospects.
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After compiling several months of data in addition to cycling back for a closer look at the 2019 football season, SI All-American officially put pen to paper throughout the last month and assembled its own positional lists. Those efforts have now led to the Preseason SI99, ranking the top 99 college football prospects (regardless of position) in the recruiting class of 2021.

As evident by its No. 1 overall class throughout recent months, it should be little surprise that Ohio State leads the way with a staggering 10 prospects making the SI99 cut. Alabama currently ranks second with eight commits on the list.

See below for the entire group of future Buckeyes, along with a hyperlink (on the position) to their SIAA player page.

Click HERE for the full SI All-American list of Preseason 99.

3. Jack Sawyer

6-foot-5, 230 pounds
Defensive End
Pickerington, Ohio

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8. TreVeyon Henderson

5-foot-10, 185 pounds
Running Back
Hopewell, Va.

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31. Donovan Jackson

6-foot-4, 308 pounds
Offensive Lineman
Bellaire, Texas

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39. Marvin Harrison Jr.

6-foot-4, 185 pounds
Wide Receiver
Philadelphia, Pa.

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52. Evan Pryor

5-foot-11, 190 pounds
Running Back
Cornelius, N.C.

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53. Jordan Hancock

6-foot-1, 175 pounds
Cornerback
Suwanee, Ga.

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57. Kyle McCord

6-foot-3, 205 pounds
Quarterback
Philadelphia, Pa.

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62. Reid Carrico

6-foot-3, 220 pounds
Linebacker
Ironton, Ohio

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78. Mike Hall

6-foot-3, 275 pounds
Defensive Tackle
Streetsboro, Ohio

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79. Jakailin Johnson

6-foot, 168 pounds
Cornerback
Creve Coeur (Mo.)

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SI All-American candidates will be narrowed to 250 finalists in October, 99 official finalists in November and culminate with 25 first team Sports Illustrated All-Americans saluted at SI’s annual Sportsperson of the Year banquet (in New York) in December.

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