Can we go ahead and get the cliche out of the way? Recruiting never stops in college football. That’s not much of a surprise to anyone who follows the sport closely.

But there are times when action on the recruiting trail is slower than others. Right now, with spring football in full force, coaches are putting a ton of energy into their current teams than into recruiting.

That will change soon enough for Ohio State.

The Buckeyes have had no troubles on the recruiting front under Day, continuing to pile up the 4- and 5-star pledges and lead the B1G. Right now, Ohio State owns the No. 7 class nationally for the 2023 cycle and sits No. 2 in the B1G.

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While it’s hard to project where Ohio State will ultimately end up, Day has very few concerns about where his program stands currently. He expects to see a lot of good news in the near future.

“We’re going to see the next couple of months a lot of good stuff come our way,” Day said, per Eleven Warriors.

As it currently stands, the Buckeyes have verbal pledges from 5 players, 4 of which are 4-star prospects. It’s still early in the process, so there’s not a lot of need for concern.

Typically, Ohio State lands several pledges over the summer months.

Day also talked about the process of players committing in today’s new recruiting world. He said he prefers that players stop taking visits to other schools once they’ve committed and would like prospects to hold off making a decision until they’re certain.

Ohio State has had the B1G’s top-ranked recruiting class each of the last 3 seasons. The only time the Buckeyes didn’t sit atop the standings for the league was in 2019, when the coaching change was made from Urban Meyer to Day.

There’s no question Day and his staff are hoping to keep that streak alive with the 2023 class.