Ohio State's 2013 football recruiting class continues to grow. The team added two more verbal commmitments this week, bringing the total to 14.
Today, Pendleton (S.C.) defensive tackle Michael Hill committetd to Ohio State. He's rated as a four-star prospect by every major recruiting service. Rivals.com rates the 6-foot-2, 315-pound Hill as the fifth-best defensive tackle in the country.
At his size, Hill will likely be Johnathan Hankins' replacement whenever the big tackle decides to go pro.
Hill is the fourth defensive lineman to commit along with Joe Bosa (St. Aquinas, Fla.), Billy Price (Youngstown-Fitch) and Tracy Sprinkle (Eylria).
On Tuesday, ElevenWarriors.com reported that the Buckeyes received a verbal commitment from New Albany athlete Darron Lee. According to Rivals.com, which gave him a three-star rating, Lee was recruited by defensive coordinator Luke Fickell.
Lee, who is 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds, plays wide receiver, defensive back and has even lined up at quarterback. At the latest Ohio State camp, Lee mainly played safety and some linebacker.