Ohio State landed a commitment tonight from a four-star defensive end. It is a name that should be familiar to Buckeye fans.
Mentor (OH) four-star defensive end Noah Potter is the brother of current Buckeye basketball player Micah Potter. The elder Potter helped Ohio State reach the NCAA Tournament this past season.
The younger Potter was considered an OSU lean, but he had a slew of offers to choose from. Included among them were Florida, Penn State and Wisconsin.
However, he is staying home. His commitment comes after he visited this weekend for the annual spring game.
— Noah Potter (@noah_potter10) April 17, 2018
Noah Potter is the No. 8 player in Ohio and the 18th-rated strong-side defensive end in the 2019 class. Both of those ratings are courtesy of 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.
Here’s a look at Ohio State’s current 2019 recruiting haul.
The Buckeyes will open the 2018 season at home against Oregon State on Sept. 1.