Wray shared that the Buckeye's coaches have a solid track record for developing NFL potential. He also said that their program is consistent and Ohio really felt like home to him. As he toured the campus and mingled with the players, he felt that he fit in perfectly. Originally, Wray did commit to Georgia, but he recently changed his mind. Now, he is heading to Columbus to play for the Buckeyes.
The Buckeyes continue to thrive in SEC territory, and recruiting Max Wray is a great move for coach Urban Meyer and his team. Wray is among the three ESPN Jr. 300 commitments from the 2018 class from the south. The Buckeyes also have commitments from Brian Snead, a Florida running back and with Emory Jones, a Georgia quarterback.
Ohio State is off to a quick recruiting start and its six commitments include ESPN Junior 300 prospects, with five from the top 100 picks.
Max Wray WCS Media Day Interview