What's Left: Announcement Primer

Ohio State is awaiting the decisions of four uncommitted or soft verbal prospects. Here's how to track their commitment ceremonies.

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has already assembled a top-10 class for 2015, but a handful of prospects could still be added to the Buckeyes' haul. The following is a list of the primary players remaining on Ohio State's radar as well as when they will be announcing their decisions.

The Prospect: Damon Arnette
The Date/Time: Feb. 2, 8:30 p.m.
The Location: Twitter (@da_arnette)
The Suitors: Michigan, Ohio State, South Carolina

The Prospect: Porter Gustin
The Date/Time: Feb. 3, 1 p.m. ET
The Location: Salem Hills High School
The Suitors: Arizona State, Ohio State, Southern California, Utah
The Scouting Report: "Gustin is one of the most versatile defensive players out West with the ability to play outside linebacker or defensive end. He's a natural pass rusher, has great closing speed and is a huge hitter. He's a physical player with great strength and loves the weight room. He' strong against the run, does a nice job getting off blocks and plays with a great motor." -- Scout.com recruiting analyst Greg Biggins

The Prospect: K.J. Hill
The Date/Time: TBD
The Location: TBD
The Suitors: Alabama, Arkansas, Ohio State
The Scouting Report: "Hill looks like a running back or even a linebacker when you first lay eyes on him. He has thickness, he is very strong for a wide receiver, and he uses those things to his advantage against corners. His hands stand out more than anything -- very strong hands, very consistent hands, and he plucks the ball out of the air. Good quickness, but can improve separation speed. Will catch the ball in traffic and shows great body control." -- Scout.com recruiting analyst Chad Simmons

The Prospect: Isaiah Prince
The Date/Time: Feb. 4, 9:30 a.m.
The Location: Eleanor Roosevelt High School
The Suitors: Alabama, Maryland, Ohio State
The Scouting Report: "Prince is raw but wildly talented and could develop into a cornerstone left tackle in college. He has tremendous length, moves his feet well and is explosive. He drives his legs and uses his long arms to initiate contact and keep the defensive player off balance. Prince is a very good athlete, but he needs to work on staying lower and also pass protection, where he has to develop his kick step." -- Scout.com recruiting analyst Brian Dohn

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