With one of the nation's top wide receivers already in the fold, the Buckeyes are hoping to add another talented pass-catcher to their 2016 class. Donnie Corley's name can now be removed from that list, as the four-star from Detroit's King High School committed to Michigan State during Saturday's Army All-American Bowl.
The Buckeyes have been in the lead group for Corley since January of 2015, and at one point they were close to securing a commitment from nation's 19th-ranked wideout. The Spartans were the frontrunner through most of the recruiting process, but a December official visit to Columbus put Ohio State right back in the thick of things.
Ohio State will now continue to focus on players like Binjimen Victor and Miami commit Sam Bruce. With three weeks until signing day, there's certainly still a chance that new names will pop up late in the process.