Ohio State has landed its second commitment in 2024, adding New Palestine, Ind., four-star offensive lineman Ian Moore (6-5, 295) on Thursday.
Moore is the No. 82 overall prospect and No. 4 offensive lineman in the class, and he chose Ohio State over Iowa and Wisconsin, his other finalists, and also held offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Florida State, Miami (Fla.), Michigan State, Minnesota, Penn State and Tennessee, among others.
Moore was offered by Ohio State over the summer after camping with the Buckeyes, and he returned to Columbus for Ohio State’s games against Notre Dame and Wisconsin before pulling the trigger on his commitment.
He is the second commitment in Ohio State’s 2024 class, joining Chandler, Ariz., five-star quarterback Dylan Raiola (6-3, 220). Other offensive linemen being targeted by the Buckeyes include Waukesha (Wisconsin.) Catholic Memorial four-star Donovan Harbour (6-5, 310), Dorchester (S.C.) Woodland four-star tackle Kam Pringle (6-7, 330) and Washington (D.C.) St. John’s four-star Jordan Seaton (6-6, 295), among others.