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.
Onto the Next… pic.twitter.com/8zcY5RJHtt
— Six Nine (@Kevin_feder) January 11, 2018
Feder is the second Buckeye OL to transfer this spring, joining Duke-bound Jack Wohlabaugh.