Hey Buckeye fans, exciting news on the football recruiting front! Ohio State just added a major player to their lineup from Gwinnett County. Eddrick Houston, a four-star defensive end, made a big decision Tuesday night.
Houston, a top-notch defensive end, is joining the team. And get this, it's giving a boost to Ohio State's already high-ranked recruiting class, sitting pretty at number two. He said no to Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, and USC in favor of Ohio State.
So, who's this Eddrick Houston?
Eddrick Houston's rise on the national stage as the No. 28 overall player and a top player in his position speaks volumes about his dedication. He's the 4th defensive linemen and 23rd overall player in his class according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings.
What's cool is that Houston and five-star quarterback Dylan Raiola are teammates at Buford High School. You might remember that Raiola's already committed to Georgia, so there's a neat connection there.
Imagine this: Houston is 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 265 pounds.Larry Johnson and Perry Eliano were instrumental in recruiting Houston for the Buckeyes.
And guess how Houston made his commitment announcement? Houston's announcement about joining Ohio State was a big deal—it happened live on 247Sports!
The Ohio State faithful, known for their unwavering support, welcomed Houston into their ranks with open arms and uncontainable enthusiasm. In a resounding chorus of "Go Bucks," the Ohio State community celebrates the addition of Eddrick Houston to their storied football legacy. So, a big welcome to Eddrick Houston from all of us at Ohio State!