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2 Cincy student athletes sign with OSU

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Posted at 3:27 PM, Feb 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-02-03 15:27:41-05

CINCINNATI – At least two locals are among the football players who committed to Ohio State University during signing day Wednesday.

Jake Hausman, a tight end at Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati and Drue Chrisman, punter at La Salle in Cincinnati were among those who signed with OSU.

Overall, it was a quiet morning for Ohio State and that was just fine for Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes.

Ohio State lost out on a highly rated defensive back to Florida State, but otherwise a class that came into the signing day figuring to be one of the best in the country ended it as just that.

The most notable name in the Buckeyes' latest class - Nick Bosa, the brother of Ohio State All-American Joey. Like his big brother, Nick Bosa is defensive end.

Other Ohioans who committed to OSU included Jack Wohlabaugh from Stow, Luke Farrell from Perry, Kierre Hawkins of Maple Heights, Demario McCall of North Ridgeville, Gavin Cupp of Leipsic and Malik Harrison of Columbus.

OSU also picked up Wayne Davis of Norfolk, Virginia, Jordan Fuller of Westwood, New Jersey, quarterback Dwayne Haskins of Potomac, Maryland, Rodjay Burns of Louisville, Keandre Jones of Olney, Maryland, Jahsen Wint of Brooklyn, New York, Kareem Felder of Baltimore, Malcolm Pridgeon of Central Islip, New York and Binjimen Victor of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.