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Ohio State offensive lineman Kevin Feder announces plans to transfer

After graduating this spring, Feder will have two years of eligibility remaining.

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Matt Tamanini Matt Tamanini is the co-managing editor of Land-Grant Holy Land having joined the site in 2016.

With just four days left until the NFL Draft deadline, and less than four weeks until the February National Signing Day, Ohio State’s football roster is still continuing to evolve. Today, after three years with the program, offensive lineman Kevin Feder announced via Twitter that he will be transferring to continue his collegiate playing career elsewhere.

Feder will graduate with a degree in Sports Industry this spring, and because he did so in three years, will be eligible to play immediately for another school, while having two years of eligibility remaining.

A Ramsey, NJ native, Feder came to Columbus as the 56th-ranked offensive tackle, and 13th player from New Jersey, in the 2015 recruiting class. A former three-star prospect, he spent his first two years with the Buckeyes dealing with foot injuries. Feder only played in the Illinois game this season, as he was stuck behind a collection of talented, experienced players on the offensive line depth chart.

We wish Feder the best, wherever he decides to continue his playing career.