Is it a fact or fiction that LSU will win a national title in the Brian Kelly era?

Ohio State’s Chance to Land David Sanders Jr. After Visit

Rivals national recruiting analyst Adam Friedman, alongside Jeremy Birmingham of DottingTheEye.com, Jefferson Powell of DeathValleyInsider.com, and Sean Williams of PowerMizzou.com, have come together to discuss three topics and determine whether they believe each statement is FACT or FICTION.

1. Ohio State now has a legitimate chance of landing a commitment from David Sanders Jr. after his unofficial visit to Columbus this past weekend.

Adam Friedman believes this statement is FACT. Ohio State is not planning to let the most talented players in the country slip through their fingers and made sure to get Sanders back on campus for another visit before his official visits begin next month. Sanders expressed the importance of this visit for the Buckeyes and it is evident that they are one of his top choices. Ohio State is scheduled to receive his final official visit, although maintaining momentum until then could be a challenge. Sanders will also be visiting other schools such as Nebraska, Clemson, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama before returning to Ohio State on June 21.

Jeremy Birmingham agrees, stating that Ohio State already had a legitimate chance of landing Sanders before his recent visit to the campus. The visit in early May solidified the Buckeyes’ standing in Sanders’ consideration, and they are seen as a real contender for his commitment despite stiff competition from other schools.

2. LSU will win a national championship in the Brian Kelly era.

Adam Friedman believes this statement is FICTION. While previous coaches at LSU have won national championships, Kelly will need to change his approach to NIL and recruiting transfer prospects if he wants to bring a title to LSU. Powell, however, sees this as a FACT. He praises Kelly’s recruiting abilities and predicts that LSU may finish with the No. 1 overall class in 2025. With Kelly’s experience and the program’s rich history, Powell believes championships are within reach for LSU.

3. When the rankings are updated, Matt Zollers will be among the top 10 QBs in the Rivals250.

Both Friedman and Williams believe this statement is FACT. Zollers has been impressive with his passing abilities and efficiency, putting up stellar numbers during his junior season. His performances in various camp settings have also garnered attention, with a strong showing at the Under Armour Camp and Elite 11 regional. Both analysts predict that Zollers will be among the top 10 quarterbacks in the upcoming rankings refresh.

In summary, Ohio State’s chances with David Sanders Jr. are looking strong, LSU’s potential under Brian Kelly is a topic of debate, and Matt Zollers is poised to make a name for himself in the upcoming rankings. It will be interesting to see how these storylines unfold in the coming months.

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