- Jared Shanker, ESPN Staff Writer
The plan for Cleveland Heights, Ohio, tackle Kyle Dodson was to announce on Saturday, but the three-star prospect will now do it on signing day.
Dodson and the rest of his Cleveland Heights seniors committed to both Division I and Division II schools will sign letters of intent at a noon ET ceremony at the high school on Feb. 1, according to Cleveland Heights coach Jeff Rotsky.
Dodson is committed to Wisconsin but began wavering in late November. In addition to Wisconsin, Dodson took official visits to Ohio State, Auburn, USC and Michigan State. The Buckeyes have been looked at as the team to beat since Urban Meyer came on board as coach.
If Dodson flips, it will be the second decommitment along the offensive line for Wisconsin in a little more than a week. Four-star tackle J.J. Denman (Fairless Hills, Pa./Pennsbury) changed his verbal to Rutgers on Monday.