The most recent information on Ohio State football’s 5-star lineman Jordan Seaton……

The latest on 5-star tackle Jordan Seaton and Ohio State football

One of the biggest recruits that Ohio State football is still recruiting is Florida IMG offensive tackle Jordan Seaton.

The 6-foot, 5-inch, 287-pound lineman had originally scheduled his official visit to Columbus for this weekend, but had to cancel due to his high school team still vying for a state title.

The No. 1 offensive tackle and 16th overall recruit according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings spoke with 247Sports Steve Wiltfong and updated his recruitment. The good news is that the Buckeyes are still in the running, even though Seaton will not be on campus this weekend.

He told Wiltfong that “I gotta get back to Ohio State and see where my heads at. Ohio State is always is the mix.”

Caddo Magnet’s Zachary Seaton garnered enough votes this week to win the fifth annual Shreveport Times online poll for Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission and Silmon and Cosse Orthodontics.

A standout cross country competitor for the Mustangs, Seaton becomes the second Magnet winner in the non-football poll for the 2023-24 school year. He joins previous winners that include Benton’s Claire Allen and Brody Hutchison, along with Caddo Magnet’s Elena Pizarro and Calvary’s Jackson Burney.

Seaton and his supporters racked up 10,959 votes, a solid 21% of the 52,225 votes cast in the weekly online recognition. Those numbers allowed Seaton to top a field of 14 additional candidates, including Calvary volleyball standout Brooklynn Morris, who made a strong run for the recognition with 10,224 votes (19.5%).

Seaton will receive a duffle bag, a boxed lunch combo and some additional swag courtesy of Raising Cane’s.

Others on the 10th ballot of the school year were Natalie Williams, Airline volleyball; Jade Smith, Ruston volleyball; Emilie Morton, Parkway volleyball; Maggie Dunn, Nat. Central volleyball; Mallory George, Captain Shreve volleyball; Brianna Long, Northwood volleyball; Caitlin Clampitt, Evangel volleyball; Clara Hicks, Haughton cross country; Hudson Roberts, Byrd cross country; Dominique Coore, Benton cross country; Taylor Ramsey, Cedar Creek cross country; Rebecca Romanski, Loyola swimming and Camila Quinto, Huntington cross country.

They were chosen because of their performance the previous week or because their names were submitted by their coach. The Times poll is posted each Monday at with a new slate of student-athletes in high school sports other than football.

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