Ohio State nabbed a four-star receiver from one of its conference rivals on Wednesday.

Cameron Brown, a highly-touted prospect out of St. Louis, Missouri, gave his commitment to the Buckeyes on Wednesday. He was previously committed to Nebraska.

Brown committed to the Huskers back in early August, but he re-evaluated his decision after Mike Riley and the previous Nebraska coaching staff was fired. His crystal ball on 247Sports had been leaning heavily towards the Buckeyes.

He’s also the teammate of fellow Ohio State commit Kamryn Babb.

Brown is a top 60 receiver in the 2018 class and is ranked as the sixth-best player out of Missouri. He held 19 offers throughout the country, but ultimately chose Ohio State over Nebraska, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

This flip only bolsters Ohio State’s top-ranked recruiting class.

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