Paris Johnson Jr., Darrion Henry and Jaheim Thomas have all talked about the possibility of playing college football together.
Now, the possibility of those three prospects from Cincinnati playing together at Ohio State is officially on the table.
Thomas, a four-star class of 2020 linebacker from Princeton High School, received his offer from Ohio State after visiting campus with Johnson Jr. and Henry on Saturday, becoming the last member of the trio to pick up an offer from Ohio State.
Johnson Jr., a five-star offensive tackle from St. Xavier High School, has already been committed to Ohio State since last summer, but he's continued to make visits alongside Henry and Thomas as the three close friends all explore their options for playing college football.
Henry, a four-star defensive end and Thomas' teammate at Princeton, remains one of Ohio State's top targets for the class of 2020.
Thomas is the lowest-ranked prospect of the trio, but as the Buckeyes look to retain Johnson's commitment and land a commitment from Henry, giving Thomas an opportunity to join them in the class should improve Ohio State's chances of ultimately bringing in all three.
Other programs who are courting the trio and have offered all three include Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame and Tennessee, among a multitude of others.