The commitment of Wray moves Ohio State into the number-eight spot in the national rankings, and puts them second in the Big Ten behind Penn State.
Wray will fill a need at offensive tackle for the Buckeyes, and this is a position being targeted in this recruiting cycle. Ohio State is also hoping to land a commitment from in-state tackle Jack Carman.
In a class that could number as high as 24, Ohio State is probably looking to take five offensive linemen, with an emphasis on tackles.
Wray is listed as the number-seven offensive tackle in America. He was thought to be leaning toward Alabama, before last week's unofficial visit to Ohio State.