Ohio State Recruiting: 2026 QB Troy Huhn recaps Ohio State Visit, Offer

On March 28th, the Buckeyes hosted a ton of talent from all over the country. California QB Troy Huhn was in Columbus and the Buckeyes extended an offer.

The California star got offered by head coach Ryan Day, which excited Huhn, “[Being offered] was very exciting, I know this is a program that develops QBs to the next level, and they have a track record of it,” Huhn told The Silver Bulletin.

Huhn also raved about offensive coordinator Chip Kelly and Day saying, “Coach Day and Coach Kelly are two of the great coaches in college football and having them in the same room is special.”

Diving into the visit aspect, Huhn enjoyed it. He described the QB play, “The QB play was great, they all have so much upside.” Huhn added, “And it will be exciting to see how they perform.” He gave his biggest takeaway, “Knowing that there big deal was getting you ready for the NFL.” He continued, “So knowing that there goals and standards are high means a lot.” This adds a ton for the Buckeyes, as they will be a school to watch.

Furthermore, Huhn added that, “Ohio State will be up there in my recruitment, and I will definitely continuing to build a strong relationship with Coach [Riley] Larkin, Coach Kelly, and Coach Day.” But, he has no favorites right now, and he is exploring all options. Additionally, Huhn said, “I am really glad I made a trip to the Midwest/east coast to see all these schools, and compare them to the schools in the South and West.”

Huhn has an impressive offer list. Schools that have offered Huhn include Florida State, UCLA, Notre Dame, Penn State, Nebraska, Texas, and more. The Mission Hills star QB isn’t ranked or rated yet, being a 2026 graduate, but I would expect that to change down the line. The star had a phenomenal sophomore season, throwing for 1,623 yards and 16 TDs, while completing 60% of his passes. He has a great frame as well, standing at 6-4 and weighing 205lbs. It looks like the Buckeyes have added another target to the QB board in the 2026 class.