My lord, will there be any recruits left when Ryan Day and company are done? For the second day in a row, the Ohio State Buckeyes have picked up a commitment from a four-star 2022 prospect. This time it is Lakota West High School offensive tackle Tegra Tshabola.
My family and I have done a lot of thinking and we decided to end my recruiting process and I have decided to commit to The Ohio State University.@OhioStateFB @ryandaytime @CoachCookOL @CoachTomBolden @CoachDanBolden and the whole #BuckeyeNation #GoBucks. Oh yea and O-H. . . pic.twitter.com/qRam11PLXG— Tegra Tshabola (@tshabola_tegra) April 23, 2020
The West Chest, Ohio native is currently the 69th (nice) ranked player in the country according to 247Sports, the sixth rated OT, and the second best player in the state of Ohio. At 6-foot-6, 320 pounds the high school sophomore was recruited by Al Washington and Greg Studrawa and picked his in-state school over the likes of Florida, Arizona State, LSU, Michigan, Oklahoma, Penn State, Tennessee, USC, Texas A&M, and many more.
Tshabola joins Louisiana safety Jyaire Brown in OSU’s 2022 class, but at this rate, the Buckeyes will likely have all of their scholarships spoken for by the time we hit May.
Welcome to Buckeye Nation, Tegra!
Check out Tegra Tshabola’s sophomore season highlights: