College football recruiting and photoshop really do go hand-in-hand and the Ohio State Buckeyes are out in front of the trend as evidenced by their photoshop magic with tight ends and fullbacks coach Tim Hinton.
Hinton may be one of the oldest assistants on Urban Meyer’s staff, but don’t let that fool you because he drives a Bugatti adorned with a buckeye leaf at the front of the luxury vehicle, and because I saw it on the Internet, that means it’s real.
You have to love the sense of humor from Hinton and the Buckeyes staff as they try to remain entertained in the middle of the offseason with spring practice in the rear-view mirror and fall camp still a few weeks off in the distance.
We have seen several programs around the country embrace the use of photoshop in their recruiting pitches to prospective recruits, including Joker Phillips with the Florida Gators, and to what impact it has on the decisions on the youth on America remains to be seen, but it’s not about to disappear any time soon.
Now if we start seeing some of these recruits driving around Columbus in a new bugatti, then there is going to be a problem, but this is all in good fun.
Heck, if driving around in a Bugatti was not enough to convince you to come to The Ohio State University, then perhaps knowing Hinton is also proficient in the ways of the nae nae dance surely will.
Some schools can offer you early playing time and a chance to get to the NFL, but how many can offer nae nae instructions from one of the coaches?
Only The Ohio State University.
[h/t SB Nation]
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