Ohio State loses talented young edge to transfer portal

Ohio State is still grieving from its third straight Michigan setback. One of their top 2022 prospects has left. Abor has decided to join the transfer portal.

Columbus' news is huge. Most of the cycle, Abor was a five-star recruit. He picked Ohio State over 36 offers. Five games and two tackles have restricted his playing time. This is common in larger projects

 Young players have trouble getting on the pitch. His choice may be due to a lack of playing time or disenfranchisement with the program.

Ryan Day and Ohio State have produced NFL talent. Fans hoped Abor would join Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa, and Chase Young as top-five choices from the program

The new college football landscape allows athletes to move more freely. It puts pressure on coaches to attract and keep players pleased.

The penultimate CFP rankings came out Tuesday. Georgia stayed #1. Michigan moved up to second after defeating Ohio State. Washington was third, then Florida State. Oregon remained fifth, Ohio State fell to sixth, Texas seventh, Alabama eighth.

Ohio State must work hard. They've struggled in important games and need more skill. Since Omari Abor is gone, the team may use the transfer portal to add players.

Ohio State fell to Michigan for the third straight year, proving one thing. Need a QB upgrade. The squad is lucky that the transfer site makes adding players easier than before. The program is tied to Texas' Maalik Murphy.

Stay tuned for developments.