Former Ohio State wide receiver Eric Glover-Williams is set to enroll at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, his father tells Bill Greene of Scout.
Glover-Williams left the Buckeye program in early September after bouncing between playing safety and wide receiver.
Glover-Williams' father says the plan is for his son to enroll at a four-year institution in January:
"He is looking to get his degree this December, sign with a four-year institution, and be ready to enroll next January," he continued. "If he does everything he needs to do, Eric will be eligible to play next fall and will have two years of eligibility remaining."
In Perkinston, Mississippi, Glover-Williams will join his former teammate, Torrance Gibson, who now plays quarterback for the Bulldogs after joining the team in July.