Former Tennessee tight end Eli Wolf was reportedly set to visit Ohio State after National Signing Day, but that visit will no longer happen.
Instead, the graduate transfer from Minster, Ohio, announced Thursday that he will play his final season of college football at Georgia.
Ohio State's 2019 roster is at 85 scholarships after the Buckeyes signed offensive linemen Enokk Vimahi and Dawand Jones on Wednesday, so they do not currently have any open spots on their roster. That might not preclude the Buckeyes from bringing in a more highly touted transfer such as Rutgers offensive lineman Jonah Jackson, but Ohio State head coach Ryan Day indicated Wednesday that the roster is "maxed out."
The Buckeyes already have five scholarship tight ends on their 2019 roster: Luke Farrell, Rashod Berry, Jeremy Ruckert, Jake Hausmann and Cormontae Hamilton.