Chris Holtmann added another body to Ohio State's roster for the upcoming season.
Connor Fulton, a guard out of Utah who was previously committed to be a preferred walk-on at Butler, announced Thursday on Twitter he would instead be joining the Ohio State program.
He is not yet listed on the Buckeyes' official roster and it's unlikely he will be until he enrolls in school and officially joins the team.
Fulton is listed as a 6-foot-4 combo guard who gives the Buckeyes an extra backcourt option as only C.J. Jackson, Kam Williams and Musa Jallow are recruited scholarship guards on the roster for the upcoming season. Former walk-on Joey Lane is there, too, and Ohio State will also reportedly add former Michigan point guard Andrew Dakich to its roster as a graduate transfer.
The Buckeyes are still chasing four-star guard Eric Ayala in hopes he reclassifies to 2017 and thus would join the team for the upcoming season. The addition of Fulton, however, gives a shorthanded Ohio State team another body right away.