After it seemed like the Ohio State Buckeyes weren’t going to pick up a quarterback for the 2019 class, it all changed on Sunday afternoon. Four-star QB Dwan Mathis, who was committed to Michigan State, flipped his commitment to the Buckeyes. He made the decision known via Twitter.
The Spartans were seen as the landing spot for Mathis; he was committed to the program since September 2017. However, it was reported that Mathis was in Columbus over the weekend. Also happening this weekend was OSU’s Friday Night Lights recruiting event, one of the biggest recruiting camps the Buckeyes put together each year.
Mathis is ranked as the No. 251 prospect in the ‘19 class, and the No. 9 ranked pro style QB. In the state of Michigan, he is a top-10 prospect—coming in at No. 6.
With this commitment, the Buckeyes now have 12 members in their 2019 recruiting cycle, with Mathis being the only QB.