Ohio State has a huge weekend on the horizon.
National Signing Day is one week away, and the Ohio State Buckeyes currently have the top class in the nation.
There's still time for the rich to get richer, however. This is the final weekend to host official visitors and the Buckeyes will have some big ones on campus.
Five-star offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere is the main attraction, but he isn't the only one making the trip to Columbus. Former Oklahoma running back commit Tavion Thomas and four-star linebacker Christopher Oats are also scheduled to be on campus.
Ohio State is an overwhelming favorite to land Thomas, and the Buckeyes are trending in the right direction for Oats.
CBS Sports' Barton Simmons broke down the five schools with the most on the line this weekend in recruiting. Not surprisingly, Ohio State is No. 1.
Here's what Simmons had to say:
All it has on the line this weekend is the nation's No. 1 recruiting class. Urban Meyer has long been a closer, dating back to his Florida days. This weekend, he'll be trying to deliver one of his best sales pitches ever as he tries to lock up the 247Sports Composite No. 1 offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere. He's battling Florida, Notre Dame and Alabama for the pledge, and if he gets it, the Buckeyes strengthen their likelihood of landing the nation's top class.
That may not be the only commitment Ohio State can score out of the weekend. The Buckeyes have emerged as a late leader for running back Tavion Thomas, and they are battling Kentucky for linebacker Christopher Oats. A strong visit weekend and those three guys could complete what is already the nation's top class.
The four schools listed behind Ohio State are Miami (Fla.), Florida, Nebraska and Ole Miss.
Check out Simmons' full analysis here.