Four-star tackle passes on Ohio State football

Ohio State has experienced some setbacks in its football recruiting efforts. Despite being among the final five teams in the running for a highly sought-after four-star offensive tackle recruit, Ziyare Addison, a native of Florida, has ultimately chosen to commit to Oregon.

Many had anticipated this outcome, especially after Addison visited Eugene over the weekend. However, Ohio State had been viewed as a strong contender for his commitment. While this news may disappoint some Buckeye fans, it’s important to remember that recruiting flips are common, and commitments can often change right up until signing day. In light of the new name, image and likeness opportunities available to players, it’s understandable that athletes might be more likely to switch their allegiances at the last minute.

Despite this setback, there is still hope that Addison may choose to become a Buckeye in the end. It’s important for Ohio State fans to stay positive about potential outcomes and keep an eye on recruiting developments as they unfold. For ongoing coverage of Ohio State news, notes and opinion, follow @BuckeyesWire on X (formerly Twitter) and like our page on Facebook. Additionally, Josh Keatley provides insights into the world of Buckeye football on X.

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