The recruiting momentum continues for Ohio State.
One day after the Buckeyes were able to flip Bryson Shaw from Wisconsin, they landed a pledge from 2019 Lexington, Ohio, four-star linebacker Cade Stover on Sunday afternoon.
— Cade Stover (@cstov8) April 29, 2018
Stover (6-4, 225) is the No. 130 overall prospect and No. 8 outside linebacker in the 247Sports composite rankings. He is the sixth recruit to commit to Ohio State this month and fifth from the 2019 cycle to do so. Marietta, Ga., offensive tackle Jake Wray, the younger brother of OSU freshman offensive tackle Max Wray, became the first member of the Buckeyes’ 2020 haul when he issued his verbal on Monday.
Stover becomes the eighth member of Ohio State’s 2019 class. He joins Roswell (Ga.) Blessed Trinity Catholic four-star athlete Steele Chambers; Wayne (N.J.) DePaul Catholic four-star athlete Ronnie Hickman; Mentor, Ohio, four-star offensive tackle Ryan Jacoby; Avon, Ind., four-star running back Sampson James; Huntington (W.Va.) Spring Valley four-star offensive tackle Doug Nester; Mentor four-star defensive end Noah Potter; and Shaw.