The Buckeyes wide receiver is leaving for the SEC.
Ohio State confirmed today the transfer of Alex Stump, a wide receiver and former four-star recruit.
Where is Stump headed?
To the SEC.
The talented wideout announced on Twitter this afternoon that he's transferring to Vanderbilt.
Stump, a four-star WR out of Lakewood, Ohio, was the No. 37 wide receiver in the 2015 class, per 247Sports' Composite Rankings. He redshirted his first season on campus and played sparingly as a redshirt freshman, catching one pass for eight yards.
The 6-foot-3, 202-pound wide receiver is the second wideout to leave Ohio State's football program this week. Rising senior wide receiver James Clark announced on Monday that he'll be leaving the program once he graduates this spring.
Ohio State is now at 86 scholarship players for the 2017 season, one above the NCAA's limit, so you can expect more attrition before the season starts.
The Buckeyes opened spring practice this morning.