Football recruiting: Top prospects for 2019


After a busy 2018 football recruiting cycle the 2019 class is shaping up to be another strong one. 

Here is a list of current high school juniors with known offers so far. 

RELATED: Ohio’s No. 1 player picks ClemsonSW District DPOY signs with Cincinnati

If you or someone you know has received a scholarship offer from a Division I school, be sure and let us know at by email (marcus.hartman@coxinc.com) or on Twitter

Miami Valley football scholarship offers 2019

(in alphabetical order)

Jonathan Allen, OL, Dunbar: Bowling Green, Ohio, Toledo, UC, Michigan State, Wisconsin  

Erick All, Fairfield TE: Many offers, including UC, Indiana, Rutgers, Kentucky, Syracuse, Indiana

Connor Bazelak, Alter QB: Most recently Duke, West Virginia, Ohio, Pitt, Vanderbilt

John Bivens, Alter RB: Purdue, Illinois, West Virginia, USC

Michael Brown-Stephens, Springfield WR/RB: Bowling Green, Eastern Kentucky, Kent State

Hayden Bullock, Bellbrook OG/DE: Air Force

Moses Douglass, Springfield DB: Nearly 30, including West Virginia, Duke, Iowa, Kentucky, Cincinnati and Wisconsin. 

Steve Faucheux, Lakota West DL : Many including Penn State and Alabama

Justin Harris, Wayne WR: Bowling Green, Indiana

Jacob Hensley, Fairfield OL: Toeldo

Isaiah Gibson, Springfield OL/DL: Double-digits, including including Purdue, Rutgers, Cincinnati, Kentucky and Louisville. 

Andre Gordon, Sidney ATH: Toledo, Ohio, Cincinnati, Iowa State (also a top basketball prospect)

Jestin Jacobs, Northmont LB: Cincinnati, Ball State, Ohio, Iowa, Akron

CJ McDavid, Springfield LB/RB: Bowling Green

RaHeim Moss, Springfield DB: Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky, Bowling Green and Cincinnati

Gabe Newburg, Northmont DE: Michigan, Iowa, Virginia, Cincinnati, Ball State, Miami University, Ohio, Eastern Michigan, Toledo

Justin Stephens, Trotwood-Madison TE: Bowling Green

Max Wynn, Centerville LB: Cincinnati, Miami University, Akron, Toledo, Kent State


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