June 18, 2009
Is this the one?
Is there the possibility that another Graham could be lining up under center for years to come? That reality just moved a step closer as Wheaton (Ill.) quarterback Taylor Graham was just offered a scholarship by Ohio State.
The 6-foot-4, 195-pounder confirmed to BuckeyeGrove.com that he had in fact received the offer from the Buckeyes. Graham already holds offers from Arkansas, Colorado, Duke, Iowa, Michigan State, UCLA and Wisconsin to go along with his new Ohio State offer.
Graham is the son of former Ohio State quarterback Kent Graham who played for John Cooper in the early 90's before starting a ten year NFL career. The younger Graham has emerged onto the national scene after putting up big numbers in Illinois.
The Buckeyes now have standing offers out to both Graham and Cincinnati (Ohio) quarterback Andrew Hendrix. It would appear that the Buckeyes would only be in the market for one quarterback in the class of 2010 after landing Kenny Guiton in the class of 2009. Currently Ohio State only has three scholarship quarterbacks on the roster with Guiton (summer enrollee), Terrelle Pryor and Joe Bauserman.
Keep it here at BuckeyeGrove.com for more on this brand new offer as we catch up with Graham later this afternoon for his reaction to this latest big news.
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