Kayden McDonald is heading to B1G country. The news broke on Monday afternoon all across social media.

McDonald chose Ohio State over the likes of Florida, Clemson, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. The 247Sports Composite has him listed as the No. 40 DL and No. 27 ranked player from his home state of Georgia.

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McDonald attends North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, Georgia. 247Sports has him listed at 6-foot-3, 310 pounds.

Ohio State leads all B1G schools in the 2023 recruiting cycle with 21 commits after McDonald’s pledge to the program. The Buckeyes have 1 5-star commit, 18 4-star commits, and 1 3-star commit according to 247Sports.

McDonald took visits to the majority of the top programs on his list. The only school that he did not end up visiting with was Arkansas. McDonald was in Columbus on Sept. 24 for a visit with the Buckeyes.

At his size, he could end up causing problems on the interior defensive line. Here’s a highlight from his sophomore year of high school: