He was a defensive back with the Buckeyes before being moved to wide receiver in the spring, now, after leaving the team in early September, Eric Glover-Williams is to enroll at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, as reported by Bill Greene of Scout.com.
A member of the 2015 recruiting class, Glover-Williams was graded as a four-star cornerback, and was the fourth highest prospect from the state of Ohio. As a freshman at Ohio State, Glover-Williams played on special teams in seven games. Last season as a sophomore, he played in 13 games and recorded seven tackles—with two of those coming in the overtime win at Wisconsin.
Glover-Williams won’t be the only former Buckeye to enroll at MGCCC. Former wide out Torrance Gibson enrolled there earlier in the summer, and is now a dual-threat quarterback with the Bulldogs, according to his 247sports profile.