The redshirt sophomore is leaving Columbus.
Ohio State offensive lineman Kevin Feder will transfer from the program, he announced on Twitter this morning.
Feder, a three-star recruit out of Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep in the class of 2015, did not appear in a game for the Buckeyes over three seasons.
Feder will stay at Ohio State through the spring semester and graduate with a degree in Sports Industry. Since it looks like he's grad transferring, Feder would have two years of eligibility remaining beginning immediately at his new school.
Feder is the second Buckeye OL to transfer this spring, joining Duke-bound Jack Wohlabaugh.