Brandon Inniss is one of the better commits in Ohio State’s 2023 recruiting class. A report came out on Monday about how Inniss turned down some NIL deals to play for the Buckeyes per 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong.

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Various recruits arrived at the All-American Bowl to talk about their mindsets going forward. Inniss discussed what that process was like.

“I had numerous conversations with my parents, just talking to them and figuring it out. Do you take the money now or do you get developed to be the best you can be, and in the long run you’ll earn more money and be more ready and developed by the time you get to the NFL.”

Inniss revealed that Hartline’s history of developing top talent at receiver was enough for the Ohio State commit to head to Columbus.

Hartline has had a part in developing NFL ready talent like Garrett Wilson, Chris Olave, and Terry McLaurin to name a few. Time will tell if Inniss made the right decision.