Ohio State's spring game is this afternoon, but the program didn't wait long for a big win, adding four-star tackle Max Wray to the class of 2018.
Wray, a 6-foot-6, 289 pound offensive tackle out of Tennessee, made his decision this morning during a visit to Columbus.
Wray detailed his decision in a lengthy letter posted to 247Sports.
The former Georgia commit says that while he always dreamed of playing in the SEC, he knew Ohio State was the place for him when he first stepped onto campus, and the relationships he's built with coaches Urban Meyer and Greg Studwara solidified things.
Wray, the nation's No. 4 offensive tackle, committed to Georgia in March 2016, but backed off of that commitment almost a year later. Now, it appears as if he's made his final decision with the Buckeyes. In the 247Sports post, he says that he will be an early enrollee in January 2018.
Wray is the sixth player to join Ohio State's 2018 class, which is ranked No. 2 in the Big Ten and No. 7 in the nation. Every future Buckeye so far is a four- or five-star recruit, led by No. 1 defensive tackle Taron Vincent.
This is a big recruiting weekend for Ohio State, so don't be surprised if it has a few more commits come through in the coming hours.