During Ohio State’s media day today, center Josh Myers talked about his intention to either stay as a Buckeye for one more year or declare for the draft.

Myers didn’t lean one way or the other as he said his decision will come on Wednesday, Jan. 12:

Myers still has one year of eligibility left as he’s finishing up his junior season. He’s started all seven games for the Buckeyes this year and has been one of their best blocking lineman.

Before this season, he broke out in 2019 while starting for the first time and logged over 900 snaps. He was also second-team All-Big Ten in 2019 thanks to his play.

Myers was a four-star prospect in high school and part of the class of 2017. According to 247Sports, he was the top-ranked player in Ohio and the 53rd ranked player in the country. He was also considered the second-best lineman recruit in the country.