The Ohio State Buckeyes’ recruiting class for 2018 just got a little bit stronger. Four-star wide receiver Chris Olave (San Marcos, CA / Mission Hills) announced that he will be attending Ohio State. Olave made the decision known on Twitter.
Out of San Marcos, Calif., Olave was considered the 42nd best prospect out of the Golden State, and was graded as the 54th best wide receiver in the class, according to 247sports.
Twenty schools made offers to Olave, with a trio of Pac-12 programs (UCLA, USC and Utah) making it down to his final four. However, it was the Buckeyes that were ultimately chosen.
If you want to see what Olave brings to the table, watch his highlight clip below. The video was uploaded to Hudl in September 2017.
As things stand right now, the Buckeyes have 24 members in their 2018 recruiting class. Eight of those members have enrolled early, 14 have signed their Letter of Intent, and one (Tyler Friday) has verbally committed—in addition to Olave.
Olave joins fellow four-star receivers Kamryn Babb and Cameron Brown in the Buckeyes class. Both Babb and Brown signed during the December early signing window.