Ohio State's ridiculously good quarterback depth could get even better.
The Buckeyes, with multiple four-star prospects on the roster, added the No. 1 dual-threat QB in the 2017 class on Sunday night when Tate Martell pledged to OSU.
In the 2016 and '17 classes alone, Urban Meyer has received commitments from: four-star pro-style QB Dwayne Haskins ('16), four-star pro-style QB Danny Clark ('17) and dual-threat Martell ('18).
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The Buckeyes could be adding another elite quarterback in their 2018 class, too. Ohio State is currently playing host to Emory Jones, a five-star dual-threat quarterback out of Franklin, Ga.
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Jones, a 6-foot-1, 193-pound prospect, is ranked the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback in the class by 247Sports. He's currently "Crystal Balled" (247Sports' prediction tool for recruits) to Ohio State.
The Heard County product told Rivals.com that former Buckeye star Braxton Miller was his favorite quarterback growing up.
Jones is reportedly also considering Clemson and Tennessee, among other programs.