Quinn Ewers, the highest level quarterback enlist in the 2022 enrolling class as indicated by 247Sports, reported Thursday night he had focused on Ohio State.
The declaration comes three weeks after he decommitted from Texas, returning his enlistment after he had been focused on his home-state school since August. Ewers said he needed to investigate a greater amount of his alternatives in a tweet on Oct. 28.
Listed as 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds by different sources, he has featured at Southlake Carroll High School in Texas.
His dedication opens the opportunities for the Buckeyes to sign a five-star quarterback for the second successive recruiting class.
The Buckeyes additionally have a responsibility from Kyle McCord, a five-star enroll who is the country’s third-most noteworthy positioned favorable to style passer in the 2021 class, as indicated by 247Sports’ composite rankings.
Ohio State likewise signed two blue-chip quarterbacks in the past class last December in Jack Miller and C.J. Stroud, who are presently freshmen and back up Justin Fields.
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