Ohio State commit Carson Hinzman reacts to news of OL coaching change for the Buckeyes
Ohio State will have a new offensive line coach after the firing of Greg Studrawa. However, Buckeyes commit Carson Hinzman is staying the course with his pledge to the program.
The 6-foot-4, 280-pound interior offensive lineman is regarded by the 247Sports Composite as a four-star prospect. Hinzman is rated as the No. 2 prospect from Wisconsin and the No. 6 interior offensive lineman in the country.
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Carson Hinzman and George Fitzpatrick both confirmed the firing of Greg Studrawa does not change their commitment to Ohio State.
“I’m a man of my word,” Hinzman said.
— Garrick Hodge (@Garrick_Hodge) January 6, 2022
Carson Hinzman says he’s firmly committed to Ohio State after the decision to move on from Greg Studrawa. pic.twitter.com/FocdrnJDK9
— Lettermen Row (@LettermenRow) January 6, 2022
“I’m a man of my word,” Hinzman said of why he’s remaining committed to Ohio State. “I’m 100 percent behind him and his plan…I’m not here for one coach.”
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Studrawa has been Ohio State’s offensive line coach for the past 6 seasons.
Hinzman selected Ohio State over offers from Wisconsin, Iowa, Notre Dame, Alabama, Illinois, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Oregon, and Penn State.