Rounding out the area’s four-star prospects is Moses Douglass, a safety from Springfield who will continue his football career at Kentucky.
Douglass is the state’s No. 13 prospect for 2019 and the nation’s No. 29 safety.
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Area players also making the 247Sports Composite top 50 in Ohio are No. 14 Lakota West defensive tackle Steven Faucheux (Purdue), No. 22 Alter running back John Bivens (undecided), No. 24 defensive lineman Isaiah Gibson (Kentucky), No. 29 Wayne defensive back Justin Harris (Cincinnati), No. 33 Trotwood-Madison tight end Justin Stephens (Toledo), No. 34 Northmont defensive lineman Gabe Newburg (Michigan), No. 38 Dunbar offensive lineman Jonathan Allen (undecided) and No. 50 Springfield receiver Mike Brown-Stephens (Minnesota).
As for Rivals, Douglass is the top-rated player in the area (No. 7 in the state) followed by Faucheux (10), Jacobs (11), All (15), Bazelak (21), Harris (33), Gibson (34), Newburg (35), Stephens (36), Allen (41) and Bivens (44).