Meyer scores Maryland recruiting coup for Ohio State
Ohio State continued stocking its roster for future returns to the College Football Playoff with a verbal commitment from one of the nation's top offensive linemen Wednesday morning.
Isaiah Prince, a four-star prospect from Greenbelt (Md.) Eleanor Roosevelt, chose the Buckeyes from a final three that also included Maryland and Alabama. Earlier in the morning, Ohio State also snagged an out-of-state prospect who was considering the Crimson Tide in K.J. Hill, a receiver from Arkansas.
Scout.com ranks Prince as the sixth-best offensive tackle prospect in the country and the No. 74 player overall regardless of position. He is the No. 1 prospect in the East region and the state of Maryland.