Ohio State’s running back carousel has officially stopped turning.
The Buckeyes lost five-star Kareem Walker and four-star George Hill this fall, but they added New London (N.C.) North Stanly four-star running back Antonio Williams to the fold as insurance prior to Walker’s decommitment.
On Thursday, the early enrollee Williams announced that he signed his midyear agreement that guarantees his place in the class and gives Ohio State coaches unlimited contact with him.
Williams is one of seven early enrollees for the class of 2016. Others include four-star wide receiver Austin Mack, four-star offensive tackle Michael Jordan, three-star defensive tackle Malik Barrow, four-star outside linebacker Tuf Borland, four-star defensive end Jonathon Cooper and four-star offensive guard Tyler Gerald.