The Ohio state of Ohio received a massive addition to its 2019 recruiting class on Wednesday, when five-star defender Zach Harrison signed on to the Buckeyes.
Harrison, a 6-foot-6 man with 244 pounds, chose Ohio state over Michigan and Penn State and is now the highest ranked Commie in the Buckeyes class.
The engagement is a big deal for Ohio State, who fought off his rival Michigan for his talented prospects, especially after the Wolverines seemingly had the upper hand of Harrison's recruitment.
Harrison is the highest-placed recruit from Ohio, and if he had not selected the Buckeyes, he would have been the second recruit of state No. 1 who had not been to Ohio State for so many years. The offensive lineman Jackson Carman was the number 1
Harrison brings a little life to a Ohio state recruiting class who felt the effects of the upcoming retirement and the season of Urban Meyer's problems, including a three-game lock and debilitating headache due to a brain arachnoid cyst.