Kettering (Ohio) Archbishop Alter four-star athlete C.J. Hicks announced Saturday that he will be committing to the Under Armour All-America game.
Blessed and honored to be invited to the UA All-American game, with that being said i will be committing to the event !! #LLL #H2 #GoBucks 🖤 pic.twitter.com/m26hdWQaBJ
— C.Hicks♛ (@imcjhicks) July 11, 2020
Hicks is the fourth Ohio State player to commit to an All-America game, but the first from the 2022 class to receive and accept an invitation.
Ohio State’s 2021 commits that are committed to the upcoming Under Armour All-America Game include Philadelphia (Pa.) St. Joseph’s four-star wide receiver Marvin Harrison, Pickerington (Ohio) North five-star defensive end Jack Sawyer and Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy four-star defensive end Tunmise Adeleye.
Another member of the Buckeyes’ 2021 class, Streetsboro, Ohio four-star defensive tackle Mike Hall, was also committed to the All-America game, but ultimately chose to instead play in the All-American Bowl, making it eight Buckeyes playing in that Jan. 9 game.
Hicks is ranked as the 15th-best athlete in the class and the No. 162 prospect overall, and is one of three current commits in the Buckeyes 2022 class with a pair of West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West members in four-star cornerback Jyaire Brown and four-star offensive tackle Tegra Tshabola.
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