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Biggers feels comfortable at OSU

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North Miami Beach, Fla. defensive back defensive back E.J. Biggers visited Ohio State during the weekend.
"I got back about an hour ago," Biggers said. "I enjoyed it up there."
The three-star prospect added that he felt comfortable at OSU.
"Nate Salley was my host the first day and Nick Patterson the second," Biggers said.
"The players were all nice. And I liked all the coaches. I think it's a place I could fit in."
Asked if the Buckeyes offered a scholarship, Biggers said, "They said they're still trying to figure out if they want a safety or a cornerback. I'll find out later next week."
Biggers has made official visits to Ohio State, Kansas, Western Michigan, and Penn State.
"My last visit is to Iowa next weekend," Biggers said. "It's pretty much a tie between Kansas and Ohio State with Western Michigan right under them."
The 5-foot-10 and 159 pound Biggers made 40 tackles and intercepted five passes during his senior season. Biggers is the No. 38 cornerback prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings and the No. 67 prospect in the state of Florida.
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