Ohio State is fighting with four other major college football programs for the commitment of a 4-star offensive tackle out of Texas.

Saturday, Top 100 prospect Kam Dewberry released his Top 5 schools and Ohio State made the cut. The other four teams still in consideration for the 6-foot-4, 315-pound lineman are Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M.

Dewberry is ranked as the No. 9 offensive tackle in the class and the No. 20 player from Texas. Overall, he comes in at No. 97, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.

Over 30 teams have extended an offer to Dewberry. Three other B1G schools showed interest in the tackle, but Michigan State, Minnesota and Penn State were not finalists.

The Buckeyes’ currently own the No. 2 ranked class in the 2022 recruiting cycle and sit at No. 1 in the B1G. They have commitments from 11 players, all of which have earned a 4- or 5-star ranking. Six of those pledges are ranked inside the Top 100 nationally.