#Quinn Ewers


What Quinn Ewers' decision means for Ohio State, NIL and future college football recruits

Quarterback prospect Quinn Ewers announced Monday that he is skipping his senior season of high school and will enroll at Ohio State, making him eligible this season. A main factor in his decision to leave school early was the fact that Texas prohibits high school athletes from profiting off of their name, image and likeness (NIL). Ewers has had companies approach him about possible NIL deals, but was unable to sign anything due to the state law.
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QB Quinn Ewers bypassing senior year, enrolling early at Ohio State

Quarterback Quinn Ewers announced he is foregoing his senior year of high school in Texas to enroll at Ohio State a year early. In a Twitter post, Ewers said he would soon be completing the course needed to graduate from Southlake Carroll High School. It was reported last week Ewers...

Former Texas football commit Quinn Ewers could take Big Ten by storm

What is quickly turning into one of the most interesting quarterback competitions potentially around all of college football involves a former commit of the 2022 Texas football recruiting class. Former five-star Southlake Carroll quarterback commit and Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex native Quinn Ewers has now decided to skip his senior year of high school and enroll early at Ohio State University.
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Rob Oller: Ohio State QB room gets new addition with arrival of Quinn Ewers

Oh, to be a fly on the wall of the Ohio State quarterbacks meeting room, at least until Ryan Day swatted me to smithereens. I mean, talk about a juggling act. With chainsaws. “Hey, guys, meet Quinn Ewers. He’s about to become the richest player on this team. And oh, by the way, he wants to take your job.”
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Who is Quinn Ewers? Five-star QB could change NIL, Ohio State and more with decision

Would a quarterback worth $1 million in endorsement deals be willing to skip his senior season to sit the bench?. We're talking college football, of course. Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel reported Wednesday that five-star quarterback prospect Quinn Ewers, who is committed to Ohio State, is contemplating that decision over the next week. Yahoo reports Ewers "has the potential to earn nearly a million dollars in the next year by profiting off his Name Image and Likeness."
Columbus Dispatch

Quinn Ewers' potential early enrollment at Ohio State is not without precedent

Ballyhooed quarterback commit Quinn Ewers could graduate a year early from high school and enroll at Ohio State in time to join the Buckeyes for the start of preseason training camp next week. His potential reclassification into the recruiting class of 2021 made national headlines when it was first reported...

Top QB Quinn Ewers to skip senior season in high school, enroll at Ohio State

Quarterback Quinn Ewers, the top-ranked player in the 2022 recruiting class, has decided to skip his senior season of high school and enroll immediately at Ohio State. In a statement posted Monday on Twitter, Ewers said the decision to leave Southlake Carroll High School in suburban Dallas was based in part on the refusal of Texas' association governing high school sports, the University Interscholastic League, to allow him to take advantage of name, image and likeness opportunities.

Texas Football: Sarkisian unlikely to sway commitment of Quinn Ewers

Turning the attention away from the rampant talk of the potential for the Texas football program to leave the Big 12, along with the Oklahoma Sooners, for the SEC and back to the 2022 recruiting class, there’s still a lot going on to round out the month of July. Texas saw plenty of movement on the recruiting trail in the past few months for the 2022 class mainly.

QB Quinn Ewers skips senior year of HS to enroll at Ohio State

Five-star quarterback Quinn Ewers out of Texas has reclassified from the Class of 2022 to compete for the starting job at Ohio State this season. Ewers was the No. 1 prospect -- and top quarterback -- in the '22 class, per 247Sports' composite rankings. Ewers decommitted from Texas in October 2020 and committed to the Buckeyes a month later.