Ohio State University Lands 2016 Lineman Matthew Muterspaw
Here’s His Recruitment Story.
Matthew joined FieldLevel on February 9, 2015, and he was immediately assessed and certified by his position coach, Bill Egner. To help recruiters better understand his unique qualifications, his academic transcripts and highlight video were also added to his profile.
Including Ohio State University, Matthew targeted 11 different college programs on FieldLevel. Ohio State University first viewed Matthew’s profile on February 9th, the same day he joined the social network. The view was prompted by a promotion sent from his coach.
When Muterspaw was asked why he chose Ohio State University, he said, “I wanted to play at the DI level, and it was an ideal place for me athletically and academically. The OSU coaches came to visit me several times, and I felt very comfortable with them and that helped me in my decision. Plus, it’s close to home, so my family can easily see me play.”
Coach Egner, followed in saying about Muterspaw’s recruitment, “Matthew is a perfect example of an athlete that has overcome a great deal of adversity. With his hard work and dedication all that adversity has paid off. Ohio State is getting a tremendous athlete and young man. We knew he could play at a high level and are excited to see him fulfill and carry on his dream playing at THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY!”
Before ultimately committing to the Ohio State University, Matthew appeared in 37 searches, received 18 profile views, and was followed by 12 different college teams. These 12 college programs included, 1 NCAA Division I, 2 Division IIs, 8 Division IIIs, and 1 NAIA.
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By the Numbers:
Name: Matthew Muterspaw
Height: 6’7” Weight: 285 lbs
Position(s): OT, OG
High School: Middletown High School (OH)
Position Coach: Bill Egner
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