- Jared Shanker, ESPN Staff Writer
Once again, Urban Meyer added a solid piece to Ohio State's 2012 recruiting class at the expense of a Big Ten rival.
At an announcement at his school at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, three-star Cleveland Heights offensive tackle Kyle Dodson flipped his commitment to Ohio State from Wisconsin. The Badgers were hardly a consideration, as Dodson chose the Buckeyes over Michigan State and USC.
The offensive line, specifically tackle, was a major need for the Buckeyes going into the class, and Meyer added three linemen previously committed to other schools. Dodson joins ESPNU 150 guard Joey O'Connor (former Penn State commit) and Taylor Decker (Notre Dame).
The Buckeyes, ranked in the top 10 of the ESPNU class rankings, have 25 commitments after adding four-star Jamal Marcus and Dodson on signing day.
Once again, Urban Meyer added a solid piece to Ohio State's 2012 recruiting class at the expense of a Big Ten rival.At an announcement at his school at 12:45 p.