Wade stands 6-2, 175 and has the potential to become one of the top players in his class. Playing at one of the top high school programs in the Sunshine State, Wade also has early offers from Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, Ole Miss, North Carolina, UCLA, Utah, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.
The commitment was confirmed by Scout Florida analyst Amy Campbell.
"It's a big school, it's got a whole bunch of players that have gone to the NFL and successful people that go there," Wade previously told Campbell.
Ohio State already has a commitment in the 2017 class from Massillon (Ohio) Washington four-star QB Danny Clark
OSU's 2015 class sits at 24 members and is rated sixth in the nation.