The next generation is here.
Ohio State's incoming freshmen have begun to arrive on campus this weekend, officially beginning their Buckeye football careers.
Five-star center Harry Miller and three-star defensive tackle Jaden McKenzie were the first to arrive on Saturday.
Later Saturday afternoon, four-star running back Steele Chambers and four-star guard Enokk Vimahi were the next to arrive.
Four-star linebacker Cade Stover, three-star athlete Craig Young and three-star CorMontae Hamilton were on campus by Sunday morning.
By Sunday afternoon, four-star wide receiver Jameson Williams and three-star offensive tackle Dawand Jones arrived.
Four-star linebacker Tommy Eichenberg didn't make it in during the weekend, but arrived to his new school on Monday.
The incoming freshman join the six early enrollees already on campus: five-star defensive end Zach Harrison, five-star wide receiver Garrett Wilson, four-star safety Ronnie Hickman, four-star offensive tackle Ryan Jacoby, four-star defensive end Noah Potter and four-star running back Marcus Crowley.
The only freshman not yet on campus is three-star safety Bryson Shaw. Graduate transfers Gunnar Hoak and Jonah Jackson's arrivals have also not been announced.