How one big mistake by Urban Meyer led to a recruit decommitting from Ohio State

Now he's looking at plenty of other schools.

Four-star athlete Bruce Judson had been committed to Ohio State since January 2015, but when Urban Meyer didn't recognize him during a trip to visit the Buckeyes, that all changed, per SEC Country:

"Long story short, I was walking in the hallway about to go to the indoor field and work out. He was like, 'Hey.' I looked around. 'Come here.' He was like, 'How you doing, you like your visit?' I said, 'Yeah.' Then he's like, 'What up Richard LeCounte? Are you showing this guy (Judson) around?' I was like, 'Coach, I'm showing him around.' He asked me, 'Who are you?' I told him Bruce. He said, 'Oh, Bruce Judson from Florida. The speedy guy.' I was like, 'Yeah.' He said, 'I'm glad that you're on board and glad you got up here.' After that, I knew I was de-committing."

LeCounte, now a Georgia commit, backed up the story, per the report. For Judson, it was more than just not recognizing the playmaker, it was the lack of communication from Meyer after he had committed.

"Coach Meyer contacted me enough to get my commitment," Judson said. "Then once he got me, he told me make sure I keep calling him. But after a couple months, he just stopped talking to me."

Judson has offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, South Carolina, Clemson, Auburn, Georgia, Miami, TCU and a host of other schools.