The Columbus Dispatch
Running back Trey Sermon, who is leaving Oklahoma as a graduate transfer, committed to Ohio State on Sunday.
Sermon will be immediately eligible for his final season in 2020.
“I’m excited that he committed,” his mother, Natoshia Mitchell, told The Dispatch. “Actually, he wanted to come to Ohio State out of high school. But he ended up going to Oklahoma. I’m excited that he’s back where he wanted to go.”
The addition also bolsters the Buckeyes’ depth at running back, which took a hit during the week of spring practice held earlier this month.