Ohio State Recruiting: 2026 Five-Star S Bralan Womack Talks Dream Ohio State Offer, Camp Experience

On June 5th, the Buckeyes had their first 2024 summer camp for recruits. Ohio State offered a few prospects on day one, and one of those was to 26′ five-star S Bralan Womack from Mississippi. He talked to The Silver Bulletin about the offer and more.

Womack had a great camp and learned a lot from Coach Tim Walton and Coach Matt Guererri. He said, “I learned tons of this from Coach Walton and Coach G (Guerreri), but the camp was like no other! I had fun and competed all at once. It was a great experience.” That was a huge plus for the Buckeyes, including the coaches, “Me and the coaches connected great and fast. It was surreal. I built tons of relationships not only from defensive coaches but recruiters and assistants. They keep it as real as it gets and that’s what I and others look for.”

Now, the Buckeyes made a huge move on Womack with the offer, “The offer was a HUGE goal for me and a dream offer with me coming from Mississippi. Not many people get this offer.” The play from the Buckeyes stands out to the talented safety, “Just how they play out the real and there isn’t any fake towards the recruits. They show you how it will be if you actually went there, it’s touch love and I loved it!” The Buckeyes are a school high on Womack’s radar. He said, “[The Buckeyes] are really high! They build, produce, and compete for national championships year in and out.”

Womack’s Ohio State camp attendance was his last school camp of the summer. He camped at Notre Dame before Ohio State, and they have become a top school very early. He looks forward to the Future 50 and the Rivals 5-Star Camps. Further, Womack gave a goal of his about his recruiting. He said, “I want to be known as a national recruit and a top defensive player in the country. The Buckeyes could become huge players, but time will tell, and the location is a tough pull for the Buckeyes.

Womack, is rising to become a national recruit and is a very talented player. He attends Hartfield Academy in Flowood, Mississippi. He plays both ways for Hartfield, and is rated as the No. 3 safety in the 2026 class. Womack holds offers from schools like Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss, Texas A&M, and seven others totaling 14 offers.