Ryan Day has an impressive resume of recruiting Ohio State quarterbacks. Day joined Urban Meyer’s staff in 2017 as a co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

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As a fourth-year head coach, Day makes the final call on who gets a scholarship offer. Day recently shared with Cleveland.com’s Stephen Means what goes into evaluating which QB prospects get a scholarship offer from Ohio State:

“When you’re evaluating quarterbacks first there’s the physical traits. Your size, the movement the accuracy. Then the next thing you’re looking at is the spacial intelligence and spacial awareness in terms of the accuracy. Understanding body language. Being able to have some awareness and see certain things. Some guys become like carnival quarterbacks. They can go throw the ball into a big tire 100 times in a row, but once those things start moving they can anticipate. That spacial intelligence and awareness is really good. Being able to read body language.

Certainly leadership and the way they carry themselves is very, very important. Then the ability to use mistakes as feedback to learn because you’re gonna fail. This game and quarterback play is constantly failing. But if you can learn from those mistakes and continue to grow and have growth mindset that allows you the chance to keep building.”

For the 2023 recruiting class being assembled by Day and his staff, Brock Glenn is the quarterback committed to the Buckeyes. Out of Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, Tennessee, Glenn is rated 4-stars and the No. 23 quarterback in the class on the 247Sports composite rankings.