Brandon Inniss is a key receiver prospect in the class of 2023. He recently discussed his recruitment and a pending visit to Columbus to check out Ohio State’s program.

“Ohio State, that’s just a family atmosphere,” Inniss said during an interview with Steve Wiltfong, Director of Recruiting for 247 Sports. “It’s a good atmosphere to be in. (My parents and I) felt like it was a good time to do an official next week.”

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Inniss also shared his thoughts regarding a recent visit to check out Alabama. Asked if Ohio State and Alabama have the edge in his recruitment, Inniss said the two programs have a slight edge but a number of programs are still in the mix.

“There are some programs in the mix still…probably (visit) USC in season, Miami, LSU, Texas A&M and Georgia, still trying to figure some things out,” Inniss explained.

According to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Inniss is a 5-star prospect and the No. 2 WR nationally for the class of 2023. He is also the No. 18 prospect nationally regardless of position.

Along with Inniss, Ohio State was also included as a finalist for 5-star WR Carnell Tate. Tate’s commitment is expected over the next few weekends.

Here’s a look at Inniss’ highlights via Hudl: