Analyst explains the reasons behind Ohio State’s emergence as a dominant force in college football, now considered an ‘Apex Predator.’

The Ohio State Buckeyes have excelled in attracting talent via the transfer portal, positioning themselves as one of the premier teams in college football. Over the past couple of months, they’ve successfully acquired quarterbacks Will Howard (from Kansas State) and Julian Sayin (from Alabama), offensive lineman Seth McLaughlin (from Alabama), running back Quinshon Judkins (from Ole Miss), and safety Caleb Downs (from Alabama). Notably, Judkins and Downs are recognized as standout players and significant contributors in the transfer portal. Due to these successful acquisitions, 247Sports analyst Josh Pate asserts that Ohio State has now become the dominant force, or ‘Apex Predator,’ in the landscape of NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness) and the transfer portal.

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