Tyrone Williams, a 6'7" wide receiver from East Cleveland Shaw High School, committed to Ohio State today, giving the Bucks the twelfth member of their 2010 recruiting class.
Williams has tremendous size, but it is his speed that makes him such a deadly option through the air. He suffered a devastating season-ending knee injury last season, which has stunted his recruiting growth, but is fully recovered and caught 5 balls for 112 yards and a touchdown in his first game this past Friday.
Williams is still growing in both height and muscle, making many believe that he could grow into a tight end once he hits the OSU weight program, but for now the staff sees him as the future red zone threat that the Buckeyes have been lacking the past few seasons. Grades have been an issue for Williams, but he has improved in that area and if he keeps going in the same direction, he should be fine come signing day.