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Ohio State recruiting: State Secrets, 5/29 - Kemah Siverand to announce, PJ Mbanasor to release list

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Could the Buckeyes add the 4th member to the 2015 recruiting class today? '15 WR Kemah Siverand plans to announce. Plus, PJ Mbanasor will trim his list to 7 and more.

Kemah Siverand set to decide.
Kemah Siverand set to decide.
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A bit of a slow news day in the world of Ohio State recruiting on Wednesday, but the Buckeyes did get some good news.

We start with the latest on '15 WR Kemah Siverand. The 6'0, 190-pound pass catcher from Cypress Ridge High School in Texas announced his list of top schools on Wednesday. Siverand also will be making his collegiate decision today.

Ohio State did make the list for the 4-star prospect but they came in at No. 2 behind the in-state Aggies of Texas A&M. It was a bit of a surprise, to say the least, that the Buckeyes were up so high on Siverand's list, which could mean a potential shot at landing a commitment from the wide receiver.

Still, all signs are pointing to Texas A&M coming out on top when it's all said and done. The receiver has offers from Arkansas, Arizona State, Baylor, LSU, Missouri, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech, among many other top programs.

'15 CB PJ Mbanasor announced via Twitter that he will be announcing his Top 7 today. The Hendrickson High School (TX) defensive back comes in as the 17th best corner in the country and the 18th best player in the lone star state. Mbanasor also comes in at 133rd in the 247Composite rankings.

The former Horned Frog commit holds offers from Arkansas, Florida, LSU, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M and many more. The 247Sports Crystal Ball currently favors the Sooners to land Mbanasor at 90% with the Razorbacks at 10%.

Lastly, '15 DE Kengera Daniel will be camping at Ohio State this summer according to 247Sports' Steve Lorenz. The 3-star pass rusher has offers from Alabama, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (FL), Michigan, Tennessee and a handful of others. Daniel is a 3-star prospect according the 247Composite scale.

The 6'5, 250-pounder is the 14th best player in the state of North Carolina and the 14th best weak-side defensive end in the 2015 recruiting class. Daniel is currently predicted to wind up with the Florida State Seminoles despite not having an offer from them at this time. You can check out the North Carolina native in action below: