The state of Ohio received commitments from two ESPN 300 wide receivers in the same number of days when Brandon Iniss announced his commitment to the Bacchus on Tuesday.
Inis is the 25th potential player in the class and the 4th recipient, and he made his decision only a day after Carnel Tate, a total of 134 recruits, handed over to the state of Ohio. The Inniss is 6 feet and weighs 190 pounds from the American Heritage High School in Plantation, Florida.
He recently released the charts of Alabama, LSU, Miami, Ohio, Texas A&M and USC, but chose Buckeys, giving the program eight ESPN 300 commitments, six of which are offensive players.
Inis and Tate continue a great series of recruiting receivers for coach Ryan Day and wide-ranging coach Brian Hartline. They signed three ESPN 300 receivers in the 2022 class with Caleb Barton, Cayon Grace and Cojo Antwie and three in 2021 with Emek Egbuk, Jaden Ballard and Marvin Harrison Jr.
In total, the state of Ohio has added 12 ESPN 300 receivers from the 2020 class, and the program begins in the year in which Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave were selected consecutively in 10th and 11th overall, respectively.
That order, which followed one another, had a factor in how Tate and Inis decided to announce their obligations, with the two of them going side by side. With a nod to Wilson and Olav, Tate and Inis hope to repeat their success in college and reach the NFL on their own.
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