Kyle Berger has been a battle between Ohio State and Michigan for the better part of the last three or four months. He recently conveyed to Derek that the two schools were neck and neck, and that he was split on what school he would commit to.
Today, Berger decided to end his recruitment, choosing to play his college ball in Columbus.
The newest Buckeye commit is considered a top-5 talent in the state of Ohio, alongside Michigan commit Michael Ferns, fellow Ohio State commit Parris Campbell, Cleveland athlete Marshon Lattimore, and Akron linebacker Dante Booker.
Berger will play the role of outside linebacker for OSU and could be the first of four highly rated players at the position to pledge to the Scarlet and Gray. Raekwon McMillan, Clifton Garrett, and Booker have all shown heavy interest in the Buckeye program.
You will be able to read more from the future Buckeye and his pledge to Ohio State shortly on Eleven Warriors.