NJ football recruiting weekend roundup: Commitment flip, Penn State gets … – Gloucester County Times – NJ.com

New Jersey high school football recruiting never stops as
the state is one of the most highly sought-after territories throughout the
country. Let’s take a look at some of the domestic recruiting activity to
transpire over this past weekend.


Note: Take a look at our recap of the recent Rutgers Big Man
Academy
. We will also have a recap of Skills Camp online, soon.

From
Miami (Fla.) to Ohio State

Kevin Feder, the No. 28 recruit in the latest NJ.com Top 50, flipped his commitment from Miami (Fla.) to Ohio State over the weekend.

According to Ari Wasserman of Cleveland.com, “The Buckeyes flipped three-star
offensive tackle prospect Kevin Feder from Miami (Fla.) on Sunday after he
earned an offer during a strong performance at Thursday’s one-day instructional
camp.”

Feder, who selected the Buckeyes over offers from Maryland,
Michigan State, Rutgers, Syracuse, Tennessee and others, becomes commitment No.
10 in Ohio State’s 2015 class and the seventh verbal commitment in June. 

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