One of the country’s top graduate transfer offensive linemen has reportedly scheduled a major transfer visit. He’s reportedly checking out a top Big Ten program.
BuckeyeGrove.com’s Marc Givler is reporting that Virginia graduate transfer R.J. Proctor will be visiting Ohio State.
The offensive lineman, who started 11 games at Virginia over the past two seasons, will be checking out the Buckeyes at the beginning of March.
— Marc Givler (@MarcGivlerBG) February 14, 2019
From the report:
The Buckeyes are in the market for a grad transfer offensive lineman and will be hosting one soon in former Virginia lineman R.J. Proctor.
Proctor has setup a visit with Ohio State for March 1-3, he confirmed with BuckeyeGrove.com on Wednesday night.
Ohio State offensive line coach Greg Studrawa met with Proctor recently and the redshirt junior has been in contact with head coach Ryan Day as well as other members of the Ohio State coaching staff in recent weeks.
Ohio State has some stiff competition for the Virginia graduate transfer.
Florida State, Houston, Oklahoma and Texas are also reportedly going to receive visits from the graduate transfer.