Max Wray is leaving the Buckeyes and is heading west.

According to Mike Farrell with Rivals, Wray is leaving Ohio State and transferring to Colorado in the Pac-12. Wray originally joined the Buckeyes via the 2018 recruiting class.

Wray entered the transfer portal in April. He will have three years of eligibility left after transferring.

Listed at 6-foot-7 and 308 lbs., Wray was a four-star prospect out of Franklin, Tennessee. He was a top-150 player nationally and the No. 9 offensive tackle for the 2018 recruiting class on the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.

After joining the Buckeyes, Wray redshirted in 2018 before appearing in three games during the 2019 season. He had one lone start at right tackle in 2020 during the win against Michigan State.

According to Eleven Warriors, Wray will be joining his brother, Jake Wray, at Colorado. Jake was previously an Ohio State commit who has since medically retired from football but remains a student at Colorado.

Best of luck to Max Wray as he looks to continue his career with the Buffs!