After a stretch of months with no commitments, Ohio State can no longer go 24 hours without another prospect joining the class of 2015. For the third day in a row, Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer tacked on another member set to sign with Ohio State in February.
The newest Buckeye pledge is Columbus Kilbourne long snapper Liam McCullough, who gave his verbal commitment while attending a special teams camp in Columbus on Tuesday.
Although he is rated by Scout.com as a two-star prospect, McCullough held offers from Ohio State, Michigan State, Kentucky and Wisconsin. Scout does not rank long snappers by position, but the rising senior is generally considered to be one of the best in the country at his position.
McCullough joins Hyattsville (Md.) Dematha Catholic three-star safety Tyler Green, who committed on Sunday, as well as Sioux Falls (S.D.) Roosevelt three-star offensive tackle Grant Schmidt, who committed on Monday, as the newest members of Ohio State's 2015 recruiting class.
At the time he was offered, he told Scout.com that he has always been a Buckeye fan.
"I've always been a huge Ohio State fan ever since I was a little kid," he told Scout in February. "I grew up watching the Buckeyes on television. I'm trying to keep my options open and stay neutral as much as I can. I'm very happy and very excited."
At the end of the day, though, the offer from Ohio State was too good to pass up.