With the start of the early signing period nearing, more than 20 Cox Media Group Ohio coverage area players in the senior class have Division I football offers or appear in the 247Sports rankings.
Fourteen members of the 2019 class have already verbally committed.
Here’s a look at them:
Erick All -- Michigan
A three-star tight end prospect, All announced his decision on June 24.
His choice gives Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh five prospects in Ohio for 2019 (read on for more).
All is ranked No. 19 in the state and the No. 22 tight end in the country.
Michael Brown-Stephens -- Minnesota
A three-star receiver at Springfield, Brown-Stephens chose the Golden Gophers in late July.
Current area players listed on Minnesota’s roster are senior redshirt and starting center Jared Weyler of Centerville and Alex Reigelsperger, a freshman linebacker from Wayne.
Connor Bazelak — Missouri
The Alter quarterback announced June 18 he plans to attend Missouri after considering numerous offers from schools in the SEC, ACC, Big 12, Big Ten and more.
He is a three-star prospect and the No. 1-rated quarterback in Ohio.
Hayden Bullock — Air Force
A lineman from Bellbrook, Bullock made his announcement in early April.
He was a second-team All-Southwest District pick last season and will not be alone as a Miami Valley native playing for the Falcons.
The 2017 Air Force football roster had three area players (Ja’Mel Sanders and C.J. Riazzi of Chaminade Julienne and Jarrod Hardrick of Wayne) and three members of the 2018 class plan to play for the Falcons (Jake Spewiak and Sam Vance of Centerville and Tyler Johnson of Miamisburg).
Moses Douglass — Kentucky
A defensive back from Springfield, Douglass verbally committed at the end of March.
He is a three-star prospect, the No. 12 player in the state and ranked third among area prospects behind Steven Faucheux of Lakota West and John Bivens of Alter.
He had 65 tackles last season and made the All-Southwest district first team.
Stephen Faucheux -- Purdue
The top-rated player in the Cox Media Group Ohio coverage area verbally committed to the Boilermakers on July 30.
Faucheux is a four-star prospect at Lakota West and the No. 9 player in Ohio according to 247Sports composite rankings.
The Boilermakers are set to sign an area player for the second year in a row after inking Mason offensive lineman Eric Miller in the class of 2018.
Justin Harris — Cincinnati
Another member of the all-district first team in Division I, Harris had four interceptions last season for at Wayne.
Harris is the No. 28 prospect in Ohio.
Jestin Jacobs — Iowa
The Northmont linebacker chose the Hawkeyes on May 11.
He is a three-star prospect and the No. 20-rated player in Ohio.
As a junior, Jacobs recorded 67 tackles, forced three fumbles, recovered three fumbles and intercepted a pass en route to All-Southwest District first-team honors.
Caden Niekamp -- Ball State
An offensive tackle from St. Henry, Niekamp committed to the Cardinals on June 19.
Gabe Newburg — Michigan
The Northmont defensive end announced he will be a Wolverine on April 2.
He is the No. 29 prospect in the state, was third in the GWOC with seven sacks last season and made the all-district first team.
Seth Schmidt -- Ball State
A tight end from Clinton-Massie, he picked the Cardinals on July 4.
Schmidt also had an offer from Eastern Michigan.
Justin Stephens -- Toledo
A three-star tight end from Trotwood-Madison, Stephens announced Dec. 10 he will continue his career with the Rockets.
He is the No. 37 prospect in Ohio for the 2019 class according to 247Sports.
Jaison Williams -- Akron
An offensive lineman from Trotwood-Madison, Williams verbally committed to the Zips on June 20.
He was a first-team All-Southwest District pick last season as the Rams rolled to the state championship.
Max Wynn -- Miami University
An All-GWOC linebacker from Centerville, Wynn announced June 26 he was going to Akron.
He had more than 10 offers, including Cincinnati, Miami, Syracuse, Ohio and Toledo, at that time.
Wynn flipped to the RedHawks in December after Akron parted ways with coach Terry Bowden.