Cumberland (6-6, 240, 4.47) is not sure where he stands with Ohio State.
"Yeah, they were recruiting me, but I don't know if they still are," he said.
Is there any possibility he would end up at OSU?
"I don't know," he said.
Cumberland is not in a hurry to make a decision. He could wait until signing day.
He is also the starting center on Brookhaven's basketball team and averages 16 points per game.
There's a chance Cumberland could decide to play basketball in college, although football is more likely.
"I'm not for sure," he said. "I could do one or the other, or I could do both."
Probably the only reason Ohio State has backed off of Cumberland is grade concerns. He is extremely athletic – he actually played some wide receiver at Brookhaven and helped lead the Bearcats to the 2004 Division II state championship. In 2005, Brookhaven moved up to D-I and fell short in the playoffs.
"My cume right now is a 2.45, and I'm waiting on my results from the SAT," Cumberland said.