When Kareem Walker decommitted from Ohio State on Tuesday night, there was an assumption made.

The news of the No. 1 2016 running back recruit’s rescinding of his verbal commitment was believed to be the end of his relationship with the Buckeyes. He actually never said that he wasn’t still considering¬†Ohio State, he just wanted to be able to make all of his visits without being tied down to a verbal commitment.

Well, apparently those visits won’t include one to Columbus, as originally planned. After confirming with a source, Cleveland.com’s Ari Wasserman reported that Walker is ‘unlikely’ to visit Ohio State. The New Jersey native¬†still has official visits to make to Alabama, Arizona State and Mississippi.

Walker took an official visit to Michigan, which sparked a controversy of its own.

Ohio State did land four-star running back Antonio Williams, who was originally committed to Wisconsin but joined Urban Meyer’s second-ranked 2016 class following Walker’s Michigan visit last month.