COLUMBUS — Ohio State's spring game has been productive from a recruiting standpoint, if nothing else.
The Buckeyes picked up a pair of commitments from nationally recruited players today.
Before the game, Tennessee offensive tackle Max Wray — a four-star talent — verbally committed to Ohio State against offers from a number of Southeastern Conference schools, including Alabama, Georgia, LSU, and Tennessee.
During halftime of the game, OSU received a surprise commit from Oklahoma safety Josh Proctor, also a four-star player. Proctor had offers from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, plus Michigan, Florida, and Georgia, among others.
Wray and Proctor became the sixth and seventh members of Ohio State's 2018 class.