Ohio State is among 10 schools listed as a finalist for the services of 4-star cornerback Tavoy Feagin.

The Class of 2024 prospect announced his top 10 on Twitter Sunday afternoon.

Feagin holds offers from just about every school you can think of. The 6-foot primary cornerback is ranked as the No. 51 player in the nation, settling in at No. 14 from the state of Florida.

Three schools from Feagin’s home state of Florida cracked his top 10, including Miami, Florida and Florida State. Feagin unofficially visited Florida in March of this year but has not taken any official visits.

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