5-star quarterback and Ohio State commit Quinn Ewers is “Leaning towards” enrolling at Ohio State for this upcoming season and skipping his senior year of high school, according to a bombshell report on Wednesday afternoon.

That’s per Yahoo!’s Pete Thamel, who adds that Ewers is weighing his options with multiple Name, Image and Likeness deals on the table if he re-classifies. According to Texas law, he would be ineligible to play for his high school this season if he signs sings and endorsement deal.

Thamel’s report says Ewers could earn close to $1 million this upcoming season if he enrolls at Ohio State.

If Ewers does opt to re-classify, it would be a pioneering move that could change how elite prospects handle the end of their high school careers.

Ewers is one of the top quarterback prospects in the country, regardless of class. According to 247Sports Composite rankings, he’s the No. 1 overall player in the class of 2022.

For Ohio State, it would give the Buckeyes one of the deepest quarterback rooms in the country for this upcoming season. While Ewers would likely redshirt, Ohio State would also have CJ Stroud, Jack Miller and Kyle McCord on the team this fall.

After the report was released, college football fans and media went to Twitter to share their thoughts and opinions on the potential move. Here’s the best of that reaction:

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