Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes continued their recruiting roll today as they landed a commitment from Ramsey (NJ) Don Bosco Prep offensive tackle Kevin Feder, who had been committed to Miami since January of this year. The 6'9, 305-pound tackle earned an offer from the Buckeyes following a strong performance at Thursday's one day camp, where he won the "smokehouse" for offensive linemen at the end of the camp.
He becomes the second offensive linemen to join the 2015 recruiting class, joining fellow offensive tackle Grant Schmidt, who committed to the Buckeyes a couple of weeks ago, after also earning an offer thanks to a solid camp showing. The Buckeyes' 2015 recruiting class now has 10 commitments, seven of which have come in the month of June.
In addition to his offers from Ohio State and Miami, Feder held offers from the likes of Maryland, Michigan State, Rutgers, Syracuse, and Tennessee. Land-Grant Holy Land will have much more on Feder's commitment soon. In the meantime, see what the Buckeyes are getting in Feder below: