Ohio State got it's fourth commitment for the 2015 football class over the weekend.
Tyler Green, a safety from DeMatha Catholic High School in Maryland, verbally committed to the Buckeyes.
I AM 100% COMMITTED TO THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️🅾 pic.twitter.com/BzsppKvPU1— ✖️Tyler Green✖️ (@Ty_Road2Riches) June 8, 2014
In it's composite rankings, recruiting website 247 Sports rates Green as the nation's 30th best safety and 469th overall player. The three-star prospect is listed at 6-foot-3, 195 pounds.
Green also had offers from Hawaii, Indiana, North Carolina State and Virginia.
According to reports online, Green has fared well in an offseason Nike camp in April and has been invited to the prestigious The Opening event later this summer.
In addition to safety, Green also plays tight end.
Green joins quarterback Joe Burrow, cornerback Jamel Dean and safety Tyler Green as members of Ohio State's 2015 recruiting class.
247 rates OSU's class as 54th best in the nation and ninth best in the Big Ten.