The Don Bosco defensive tackle announced his commitment to Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes during a ceremony at his school's auditorium on Friday. Friday, a four-star prospect had a long list of offers but narrowed down his final five to Ohio State, Michigan, Miami, Penn State and UCLA. Alabama entered the fray, though, when Nick Saban continued to recruit Friday and made a home visit last month. Friday took an official visit to Tuscaloosa later that week.
Tyler Friday’s recruitment had been one of the biggest story lines in North Jersey football this year as major Division I programs clamored for the Don Bosco defensive tackle to choose their school. Ohio State, Michigan, Alabama and more all wanted to bring Friday to their campuses. But he ended the recruiting process when he committed to Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes on Friday, spurning Nick Saban and the national champion Crimson Tide.
This was one of the toughest tests that Pascack Valley could face. Like the Indians, Rumson-Fair Haven is one of the top programs in New Jersey. The Bulldogs, who play in the highly competitive Shore Conference, boast one of the state's leading scorers in senior guard Tori Hyduke, who entered Friday averaging 31.1 points per game. So regardless of the outcome, going up against an opponent this formidable would only benefit Pascack Valley. Earning the win, though, made it that much sweeter.
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