Buckeyes ink two ESPN 100 prospects 

November, 14, 2012
Ohio State head coach Thad Matta announced the signing of two players to letters of intent on Wednesday.

Joining the Buckeyes in 2013-14 will be ESPN 100 recruits Kameron Williams (Baltimore/Mount St. Joseph's) and Marc Loving (Toledo, Ohio/St. John's).

"We have followed Marc's career closely for several years," Matta said of Loving. "He is a terrific young man and is a skilled basketball player. He fits in well with our program and has a bright future at Ohio State."

Speaking about Williams, Matta offered: "Kam is another great fit for us. He has a natural gift for scoring the basketball. He has a natural feel for the game and I look forward to incorporating his skill set in our program."

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