5-star reclassified freshman Sonny Styles impressing Ryan Day in Ohio State camp
Sonny Styles was on track to be entering his senior season of high school in 2022. The Pickerington Central (Ohio) standout instead opted to reclassify to the class of 2022 and start his Ohio State career this season.
Despite his youth, Styles’ talent shows. Speaking to reporters, Buckeyes head coach Ryan Day expressed that he’s been impressed by what Styles has done in his first fall camp at OSU. Day noted Styles’ toughness and said he likes the “look” in the youngster’s eye.
Ryan Day said freshman safety Sonny Styles has “shown that he’s got toughness” through the early goings of the preseason.
Styles reclassified to the class of 2022 last year, joining the #Buckeyes one year ahead of schedule.
“Off to a wonderful start.”
— Lantern Sports (@LanternSports) August 11, 2022
Ryan Day on Sonny Styles: “For somebody’s that supposed to be in high school right now he’s doing darn good . . . he’s got a great look in his eye and he’s off to a great start.” @PCtigerfootball
— Justin Holbrock (@NBC4Justin) August 11, 2022
On the 247Sports composite rankings, Styles was the No. 1 safety and No. 12 prospect overall nationally in the class of 2022. He picked up scholarship offers from 24 schools.
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