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Thanks Ohio for the great experience i hope i can be apart of this program someday but i just gotta work for my spot pic.twitter.com/F72ccFZvut
— KLGJr. (@KLGJr13) November 24, 2018
“The atmosphere was so perfect, like the fan base was awesome,” Gayles told Lettermen Row. “They were even giving me high fives just because I was a recruit there. That made me feel so special. It was a great experience and that program truly treated me like family.
“I even went bowling with Johnnie Dixon to top my night off. I got to play a sport with my favorite player in college football. He won, but bowling is something he does so I couldn’t even get mad.”
Without any offers yet, the 5-foot-10, 180-pound receiver prospect says he was treated like any big-time player would’ve been.
“[Ohio State has been recruiting] I think for like three or four months,” he said. “I have a lot of looks, but most schools are waiting on my SAT/ACT scores and I think thats what Ohio State is doing also.”