What missing out on Five-Star Keon Keeley means for Ohio State

Shortly after Keon Keeley, the No. 1 edge rusher in the 2023 class decommitted from Notre Dame,

Ohio State was all in. And it seemed like Keeley was interested as well.

Despite all the recruiting experts crystal balling the coveted recruit to Alabama,

Keeley made his way to Columbus for the season opener against the Irish to whom he was formerly pledged.

Then, just a few weeks after that, the young man decided to make another visit to OSU,

this time on his own dime to check things out even more. Most recruiting specialists had the Tide and Buckeyes neck and neck for Keeley’s services.

However, in recent weeks talk of Ohio State slowed and Alabama gained most of the momentum.

All of this culminated with a commitment to Nick Saban and the Tide yesterday.

Shortly after Keon Keeley, the No. 1 edge rusher in the 2023 class decommitted from Notre Dame,

 This wasn’t necessarily unexpected but, it still leaves the Bucks looking for more help on the defensive line.

Where do they go from here?

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Shortly after Keon Keeley, the No. 1 edge rusher in the 2023 class decommitted from Notre Dame,