Another elite talent has committed to Ohio State this spring, putting even more separation between the Buckeyes’ 2021 class and the rest of the field.
On Tuesday, the Buckeyes received a verbal pledge from four-star safety Andre Turrentine. The Nashville, Tenn. native made his announcement public via Twitter, becoming the 14th player to commit to Ryan Day and company during the 2021 recruiting cycle.
“I want to take the time to thank God, my parents, coaches, teammates and all of the people that have helped me to live my dreams,” Turrentine wrote on Twitter. “I would also like to thank all of the coaches and schools who took their time and effort to recruit me. I have enjoyed each and every part of the recruiting process and I have come to a decision. I will be committing to THE Ohio State University.”
So Blessed 🙌🏾
1000% Committed ‼️ pic.twitter.com/S5pGRyqxJb
— ANDRE TURRENTINE ✨ (@KingATIII) March 17, 2020
Turrentine is ranked as the sixth-best safety in the 2021 recruiting class and is the No. 3 player out of Tennessee. According to 247Sports, the 6-foot, 175-pound defensive back is ranked No. 136 nationally.
He’s the 11th player committed to Ohio State to be ranked inside the top 150 players in the class.
Turrentine held offers from nearly two dozen programs, choosing the Buckeyes over LSU, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee, among several others.
Ohio State’s top-ranked recruiting class of 2021 continues to get stronger and stronger by the day.