Steele Chambers ATH 6-2, 215 Roswell, Ga. (Blessed Trinity)

He is a four-star talent, considered the No.240 overall prospect nationally by the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services, No.10 among “athletes” with multiple capabilities. He was a three-year starter at Blessed Trinity, a major part of the school’s run to its second straight Georgia 4A state title. In fact, he scored, the go-ahead touchdown in the 2017 title game, and rushed for 98 yards and had five tackles in the 2018 title game. He was named all-state by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association after rushing for 1,680 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior while adding 56 tackles. 

Marcus Crowley RB 6-1, 200 Jacksonville, Florida (Trinity Christian)

He’s arguably one of the more star-studded three-star prospects to sign with Ohio State. He had five 200 yards-plus rushing games as a senior in a season in which he topped 100 in 11 games on the way to 2,325 overall, averaging 10.5 per carry, while scoring 28 touchdowns. That on a team that advanced four rounds into the state Class 5A playoffs. He also occasionally played linebacker. His lack of rating stars probably has more to do with him rushing for just 1,210 yards as a junior. He was a late addition to the OSU 2019 class, the Buckeyes turning to him after another running back pledge decommitted. Crowley is from the same high school that produced current OSU defensive backs Shaun Wade and Tyreke Johnson.

Tommy Eichenberg LB 6-3, 225 Cleveland (St. Ignatius)

He is a consensus four-star prospect who pledged to the Ohio State 2019 class just two weeks ago. He is considered No.20 nationally among inside linebacker prospects according to the 247sport composite of the major recruiting services, and is No.324 among overall prospects. He was named first team All-Ohio Division I after a senior season that saw him make the move from outside linebacker to the inside and get in on 126 tackles, eight of them sacks and another 15 tackles for loss, in the team’s surge to make the state playoffs. He also forced five fumbles and had an interception. He finished eighth in the shot put in the Ohio high school state track and field meet last season.

Cormontae Hamilton TE 6-2, 245 Memphis, Tennessee (Whitehaven)

He is listed as a three-star prospect but has been on the rise for six months since riding in a commercial bus to an OSU summer camp session, gaining an offer and committing to the Buckeyes. He has dropped almost 30 pounds from a year ago. He is No. 29 nationally among tight end prospects, according to the 247sports composite, and No.691 among overall prospects. He helped his team to the Tennessee 6A state title game this season, with 18 catches for 278 yards and five touchdowns. He was named to the Memphis Commercial Appeal All-Metro team as a junior when his Whitehaven team reached the state semifinals.

Zach Harrison DE 6-5, 243 (Olentangy Orange)

The consensus five-star player is the No. 4 overall prospect in the nation and No. 1 in Ohio, according to the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services, and the No.1 strongside defensive end. He narrowed his options to Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan before picking the Buckeyes on signing day. What sets him apart is the speed for his size, having been timed at 4.47 seconds in the 40-yard dash, 10.7 in the 100 meters and 21.5 in the 200 meters. Due to injury he played in just seven games as a senior but still managed 14 tackles for loss, including seven sacks while on offense he had 21 catches for 381 yards and four touchdowns. He was named to the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association first team All-Ohio Division I. He is among those invited to the Army All-American Bowl, which also named him a finalist for its man of the year award.

Ronnie Hickman ATH 6-1, 200 Wayne, New Jersey (DePaul)

Nicknamed “Rocket,” he is ranked 119th among overall prospects nationally in the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services. He is listed as an “athlete” due to his two-way capability but likely will be tried as a safety first by Ohio State. He is the fourth New Jersey player to sign with Ohio State in the past two years, and was part of DePaul’s 2017 state championship team in the Non-Public Group III division. A knee injury in game seven this year ended his senior season. He’d totaled nine TDs receiving and 19 tackles before the injury. As a junior he had 44 catches for 809 yards and 10 TDs while getting in on 44 tackles and making two interceptions.

Ryan Jacoby OL 6-5, 270 Mentor, Ohio

A consensus four-star prospect, he is considered No. 26 among tackles nationally by the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services, and No.296 among over all prospects. He became one of the early members of the OSU 2019 class when he committed March 1, picking the Buckeyes over Michigan, Michigan State, Oregon and others. He and teammate Noah Potter are the first Mentor players to sign with OSU since tight end Jason Caldwell in 2000. Jacoby helped when Mentor advance to a Div.I state title game loss to Cincinnati St. Xavier as a junior in 2017, and in 2018 was named first team all-state in Division I.

Jaden McKenzie DL 6-3, 280 Wake Forest, North Carolina   A consensus three-star prospect, he is considered a late bloomer on the national stage. Ohio State went strong for him at the finish, gaining a final commitment on signing day over his home-state school North Carolina. He is No.58 among defensive tackle prospects nationally, according to the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services. He helped Wake Forest High School to its third straight North Carolina Class 4AA state championship last week, the team extending its unbeaten streak to 45 games. From the same high school that produced Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence, McKenzie had nine sacks in both his sophomore and junior seasons, and upped that to 10.5 in 2018 among his 21.5 tackles for loss.

Harry Miller C 6-4, 310 Buford, Georgia

He is a consensus five-star prospect among the major recruiting services, considered the No. 31 overall prospect nationally in the 247sports composite of those rankings, No.2 among centers. He played up and down the line as needed at Buford the past three seasons, a wheelhorse on the team’s run to the Georgia Class 5A state semifinals in 2017. He was named the most valuable offense lineman at the The Opening, a national camp for elite prospects in June, and is a finalist for the Army All-American Bowl’s man of the year award. He has made several trips to Nicaragua as part of relief missions.

Noah Potter DE 6-5, 250 Mentor, Ohio

He is a consensus four-star prospect, No.24 nationally among strongside defensive ends according to the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services, and No.331 among overall prospects. He stuck with his commitment to OSU despite the retirement of Urban Meyer and in spite of his older brother Micah Potter’s transfer from the OSU basetball team this fall. Noah Potter and Mentor teammate and OSU signee Ryan Jacoby, an offensive tackle, helped lead Mentor to the Ohio Division I state title game in 2017. Potter had 10 sacks as a junior and added five more as a senior. He was first team all-state Division I as a senior.

Bryson Shaw S 6-2, 175 Potomac, Maryland (The Bullis School)

He is a three-star recruit who is considered the No. 571 overall prospect nationally by the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services, and No. 10 among prospects from Maryland. He is from the same school that produced current OSU quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. Shaw was Mr. Flexible for Bullis -- for example, as a junior he caught five TD passes, ran for one, and scored with a fumble return and a kickoff return, while making 30 tackles and forcing two fumbles on defense. He also is a standout lacrosse player, and had committed to Maryland in 2015 to play that sport before changing his mind and turning to football. He pledged to Wisconsin for football in January, then flipped to Ohio State in April.

Cade Stover LB 6-4, 225 Lexington, Ohio

He was named the 2018 Ohio Mr. Football by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association and was named the state’s Gatorade player of the year. A four-star talent, he is considered No.106 among overall prospects nationally in the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services, and No.5 among outside linebackers. He was all-state first team Division III the past two seasons, and the Div.III defensive player of the year this past season in which Lexington recovered from a 1-4 start and made the state playoffs, advancing to the second round. The two-way star made four interceptions and was in 163 tackles as a senior while rushing for 1,477 yards and 17 TDs after leading the team with 190 tackles as a sophomore when Lexington advanced to the regional finals. He also excels in basketball, having led the Minutemen to the Division II state final four as a junior, recording a double-double (17 points, 10 rebounds) in the semifinal loss to Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary.

Jameson Williams WR 6-2, 170 St. Louis, Missouri (Ritter College Prep)

He is ranked No.140 among overall prospects nationally according to the 247sports composite of the major recruiting services, 24th among receivers. A four-star prospect, he caught 68 passes for 1,626 yards and 22 TDs on a Ritter team which advanced to the Missouri Class 3 state title game this season. He had 36 catches for 1,062 yards and 15 TDs as a junior. He set the state record in the 300 meter hurdles at 37.28 seconds, breaking the previous mark set by former Ohio State star running back Ezekiel Elliott. Williams also has a best of 10.54 seconds in 100 meter dash. He will play in the Under Armour All-America Game on Jan.3 in Orlando, Fla.

Garrett Wilson WR 6-1, 180 Austin, Texas (Lake Travis)

He is considered a five-star prospect in the 247sports composite of the major recruiting rankings, No.16 among overall prospects nationally, No.2 among receivers. The Austin American-Statesman ranked him No.1 in Texas on its annual Fabulous 55. A three-sport star who averaged 21 points per game in basketball last season, he was part of a Lake Travis football team that went to the Texas 6A-Div.1 state finals for the third straight time in 2017 – he had 98 catches (most of them from current Ohio State freshman QB Matthew Baldwin) for 1,774 yards and scored 32 TDs overall – and advanced to the state semis this year as he caught 70 passes for 1,151 yards and 19 TDs, despite missing three games due to injury. He will play in the Army All-American Bowl and is a finalist for its man of the year award.

Craig Young ATH 6-4, 200 Fort Wayne, Indiana

Experts agreed that had he majored in playing on one side of the ball or the other, Young’s consensus star rating likely would have been higher than three-star. The No.600 overall prospect nationally according to the 247sports composite, he gained an offer from Ohio State after an impressive summer camp showing in June, and indicated his future is on defense as either an outside linebacker or end. As a receiver he had 35 catches for 700 yards and 12 touchdowns his senior season. On defense he had 5.5 sacks among his 10 tackles for loss as a senior. He has been a starter in basketball since his freshman season, and as a sophomore averaged 18.7 points per game, 17.4 as a junior.