Boom!! 4- Star Offensive Tackle Jake Wray Commits to Ohio State

Ohio State basketball lands four-star forward E.J. Liddell

Boom!! 4- Star Offensive Tackle Jake Wray Commits to Ohio State

BuckeyeWire

Boom!! 4- Star Offensive Tackle Jake Wray Commits to Ohio State


Ohio State has gotten a verbal from a big offensive tackle by the name of Jake Wray to its 2020 class. He is the younger brother of current Buckeye freshman Max Wray.


Contact/Follow @PhilHarrisonBW

Boom!! 4-Star Offensive Tackle Jake Wray Commits to Ohio State

Ohio State recruiting has been on a roll lately on the heels of hosting some big-time names for the spring game, and it just got another commitment in the form of offensive tackle Jake Wray for the 2020 class.

Wray — the younger brother of Buckeye freshman offensive tackle Max Wray — is the No. 14 offensive tackle and No. 91 overall prospect in the country according to 247Sports for the 2020 classHe is out of Marietta, Georgia.

Of course those rankings could and will change all the way through the next couple of years but one thing is certain. Wray 2.0 is already a mountain of an offensive lineman at 6-5, 290 lbs. heading into his junior year. He figures to fill out even more by the time he gets to Columbus.

The commitment of another offensive tackle continues the efforts at depth along the line for the Ohio State coaching staff. Urban Meyer pulled off a big recruiting day coo by landing five-star offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere out of Tampa, and the Bucks already have two tackles verbally committed for the 2019 class by way of Doug Nester and Ryan Jacoby.

And seeing how Paris Johnson, the No. 1 offensive tackle in the country for 2020, is currently being schooled at reading, math and writing at Cincinnati St. Xavier, this may not be the last offensive tackle to pledge his allegiances to the Scarlet and Gray before all the shouting ends.

 

Contact/Follow us @BuckeyeWire on Twitter, and like our page on Facebook to follow ongoing coverage of Ohio State news, notes and opinion.

Latest

More BuckeyeWire
Home