Ryan Day is entering his first season as head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes, and he has said that attracting the state’s best high school players will be important for the long term. Building and enhancing relationships with coaches at high school programs across Ohio is vital, which elevates the importance of events like the 88th Annual Ohio State Football Coaches Clinic.
Set for April 11 to April 13, the event will feature an variety of workshops and speakers, including Day and key assistants like co-defensive coordinator Greg Mattison, offensive line coach Greg Studrawa, quarterbacks coach Mike Yurcich, wide receivers coach Brian Hartline.
The event will also recognize Cincinnati St. Xavier head football coach Steve Specht, who has guided his teams to three state championships; and Glenville head football coach Ted Ginn Sr., who has coached 19 young men who eventually played in the NFL. One of those players is another honoree at the event, Ginn’s son, Ted Ginn Jr., who is currently a wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints. Two-time All-American and four-time Pro Bowler Chris Spielman will also be recognized.
Ohio State’s Spring Game is slated for April 13. Details about the 88th Annual Ohio State Football Coaches Clinic, which will be held at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, are listed below.