The Ohio State Buckeyes added another commitment to their 2015 recruiting class on Sunday, and it was a big one–literally. The Buckeyes received a commitment from 6-9 offensive tackle prospect Kevin Feder, out of Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, New Jersey.
Feder broke the news on Sunday via his twitter account.
According to the 247 Sports composite rankings, Feder is rated a three-star prospect as well as 75th overall at his offensive tackle position. He’s the 15th overall rated player out of the state of New Jersey.
Interestingly, Feder actually pulled a last-minute flip on an original decision to ultimately end up in Columbus. Back in January, Feder had committed to play for the Miami Hurricanes, however after spending time at Ohio State’s camp, he decided that Columbus was the right place for him in the end.
“I had a great experience out here at Ohio State,” Feder said shortly after camp via 247 Sports. “It was great being coached up by coach(Ed) Warinner and talking to Urban Meyer.”
After what was a slow start that had some folks worried, the Ohio State 2015 class is growing rapidly. Feder no becomes the 10th commitment of the Buckeyes’ class, a class that is expected by many experts to finish up with about 20 by the time National Signing Day rolls around in February.