Former Ohio State offensive tackle commit Jake Wray has a new destination.
The four-star 2020 offensive tackle from Marietta, Georgia, announced Wednesday night that he has committed to Colorado.
Wray originally committed to Ohio State in April 2018, becoming the first member of the Buckeyes' 2020 recruiting class. Wray decommitted from Ohio State on Dec. 5, one day after former head coach Urban Meyer announced his retirement.
At the time, Wray said that Ohio State would remain one of his top schools, but he told Eleven Warriors in March that he had not communicated with Ohio State as often as he did before his decommitment.
Since Wray's decommitment, the Buckeyes have added commitments for the class of 2020 from two in-state offensive linemen – Jakob James and Trey Leroux – while they also still have commitments from Paris Johnson Jr. and Luke Wypler.
Jake Wray is the younger brother of Ohio State offensive tackle Max Wray, who is entering his redshirt freshman season with the Buckeyes.