A former Ohio State commit and the younger brother of a current Buckeye has decided to play college football outside the B1G.

Wednesday night, Jake Wray announced his commitment to Colorado via Twitter. The Marietta, Georgia native is a four-star offensive lineman and is currently the highest-rated prospect to pledge to the Buffaloes, per 247Sports.

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“”Thank you to everyone who has helped me throughout this process. Specifically my teammates, my coaches and my family,” Wray wrote on Twitter.” I am committed to the University of Colorado.”


Wray, the younger brother of current Ohio State offensive tackle Max Wray, originally committed to the Buckeyes, but decided to pull his pledge after Urban Meyer’s retirement. Now, he’s headed to the Pac-12.

Per 247Sports’ rankings, Wray is a top 30 player at his position and out of the state of Georgia. Overall, he’s listed as the No. 311 prospect in the 2020 recruiting class.

Wray is the fourth player to commit to Colorado in this cycle.