Moore Decommits From OSU Class

Ohio State's recruiting class went down to 18 members Thursday afternoon when three-star tight end Josh Moore decommitted and flipped his choice to Kansas.

Ohio State's busy week on the recruiting front continued Thursday when three-star tight end Josh Moore of Olathe (Kan.) North switched his commitment from OSU to Kansas, as confirmed by Scout.com's Derek Young.

The 6-5, 250-pounder becomes the No. 12 commitment in Kansas' class and drops the Buckeyes down to 18.

The No. 2-ranked player in his home state, Moore committed to Ohio State at its Friday Night Lights camp in July after having received offers from the Buckeyes as well as Oklahoma, Auburn, Florida State and Big 12 schools Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Iowa State and Kansas.

It's been a busy week for Ohio State recruiting, as Scout 100 linebacker Jerome Baker of Cleveland Benedictine flipped his commitment from Florida to OSU on Tuesday and three-star DE/TE Rashod Berry of Lorain, Ohio, picked the Buckeyes on Wednesday morning.

The Buckeyes currently sit 13th in the Scout rankings.


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