Ohio State completed a flip Saturday when Bryson Shaw reversed his commitment from Wisconsin to the Buckeyes.
Please respect my decision. My recruitment is now closed. Go Buckeyes! pic.twitter.com/QBY5f2p9Jh
— Bryson shaw (@bshaw272727) April 28, 2018
OSU heated up its recruitment of Shaw on Feb. 4 when it offered the three-star safety from Potomac (Md.) Bullis, where sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins went to high school.
Shaw originally pledged to the Badgers on Jan. 27, but Ohio State entered the equation exactly eight days later and kept in close contact with him. Co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach Alex Grinch was at the school April 24 to inquire about Shaw, according to Bullis head coach Pat Cilento.
— Pat Cilento (@PatCilento) April 25, 2018
The 247Sports composite rates Shaw as the No. 660 overall player, No. 53 safety and No. 13 in Maryland. He becomes the seventh member of the 2019 class for the Buckeyes.