Ohio State may be closing in on an historic recruiting class by the time the Early Signing Period arrives in December. The Buckeyes’ top-ranked class received another major addition on Friday night.

Five-star running back and top 20 prospect TreVeyon Henderson committed to Ohio State on Friday evening, becoming the 15th player in the 2021 class to verbally pledge to the Buckeyes. He made his announcement with a video posted on Twitter.

Henderson became the third five-star player to give his verbal commitment to the Buckeyes during this cycle, and is the 10th player ranked inside the top 100 to join the class. Ryan Day and his staff have assembled the highest-ranked recruiting class in the country so far, and it could be one of the best of all-time.

Per 247Sports, Henderson ranks as the No. 2 running back in this class and is listed as the No. 17 player overall. The 5-foot-11, 195-pound back out of Hopewell, Virginia is also ranked as the No. 3 player from his home state.

Henderson had narrowed his list of schools down to nine, leaving Ohio State in the mix along with Penn State and Michigan out of the B1G. He was also considering Virginia, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Texas, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

Below are some highlights of what Henderson is bringing to Columbus: