Scouts view: Newest 2024 Ohio State commit, wide receiver Jeremiah Smith

Talk about a huge day in recruiting for the Buckeyes.

First, South Dakota quarterback Lincoln Kienholz commits to the 2023 class.

 Now, Florida five-star Jeremiah Smith has joined the fold in the 2024 cycle.

Ryan Day is off to an incredible start for the 2024 class.

 He has secured a commitment from not just the top overall player in the class,

Dylan Raiola, but also the second overall player and No. 1 wide receiver, Smith, according to the 247Sports composite.

The class has four commitments and is already viewed as one of the best collections of prospects in the country.

It’s always fun to get to do a scouts view, but two in one day is even better.

Here is what I saw when viewing Smith’s Hudl highlights from this past season.

First, you’d think a receiver with Smith’s size (6 feet, 3 inches, 185 pounds) doesn’t move well, but that is incorrect.

He possesses top-end speed. If a corner doesn’t get a hand on him,

 he will run right by him. It’s a gear you don’t normally see from a player Smith’s size.

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