Report: Former Alabama center Chad Lindsay to visit Ohio State, California

Kevin C. Cox

Per CBSSports.com, Ohio State will have former Alabama offensive lineman Chad Lindsay on campus this week.

The Buckeye basketball squad might not be the only one adding a transfer to their roster.

Per a report by college football insider Jeremy Fowler of CBSSports.com,  former Alabama center Chad Lindsay will visit both Ohio State and California this week, after previously checking out Michigan, Louisville and Oklahoma earlier this month.

A graduate transfer, Lindsay who started four games for the Crimson Tide last season, is eligible right away and would add a more than capable body to an OSU offensive line that is looking for all the help it can get this season after the graduation of many of their lead blockers from a year ago and with nearly all the returning lineman lacking serious experience on the college level.

In adding the 6'2 300-pound The Woodlands, Texas native, Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes would also have the option to redshirt one or more of the five talented lineman they signed in the 2014 recruiting class.

We will have more on Lindsay and his upcoming visit when it is available.

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