Another Herbstreit is headed to Ohio State.

Zak Herbstreit, son of ESPN analyst and former Buckeye Kirk Herbstreit, will play in Columbus as a preferred walk-on.

He made that announcement on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.

The graphic pays homage to the fact that Zak is now a third-generation Herbstreit to play for the Buckeyes. Kirk’s grandfather, Jim Herbstreit, also played at Ohio State. Jim was a captain for the 1960 team that finished 7-2.

Kirk Herbstreit played quarterback at Ohio State from 1989-92 and threw for 1,904 yards as a senior.

Kirk sent a message to Zak after the announcement:

Zak has two older brothers who are currently walking on at Clemson. His brother Tye plays receiver and Jake plays safety.

Zak will be joining a program with championship expectations. The Buckeyes will be facing for the Tigers in the College Football Playoff for the second year in a row in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, 2021.

Last weekend, Ohio State won the Big Ten Championship with a 22-10 victory over Northwestern.