This weekend will be a big one for Ohio State basketball and new head coach Chris Holtmann.
The football program hosts Army, looking to rebound from last weekend’s home loss to Oklahoma.
As the Buckeyes look to down the Black Knights, the hoops program will be playing host to four solid recruits.
Scout reports that four-star point guard Andrew Nembhard, three-star shooting guard Eric Hunter, three-star center Morris Udeze, and three-star point guard Duane Washington will all be in Columbus this weekend.
Nembhard, a native of Canada, currently stars at Florida’s Montverde Academy. He is the No. 31 player in the country and No. 6 point guard in the class of 2018, per 247Sports.
Hunter, an Indianapolis native, is the No. 127 2018 recruit and No. 25 shooting guard. Early 247 crystal ball predictions have him heading to Purdue.
Udeze is the No. 254 recruit in 2018 and the No. 21 center in the country. The lone crystal ball prediction has him heading to Holtmann’s former school, Butler.
Washington is heading to Columbus from California, ranked No. 291 overall and No. 55 among point guards.
Holtmann is still looking for his first class of 2018 commit as Ohio State head coach.