Lineman puts an end to his recruiting and picks a school that is getting a lot of talent from the buckeye state. ***This is a free OPS Full Access Pass Preview***

In a report from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Chase Clowser, the 6-foot-8, 320-pound tackle from Keystone High School in LaGrange, Ohio, committed to the Pitt Panthers on Thursday during an unofficial visit. Pitt was the first school to offer a scholarship to Clowser, who impressed Panthers coaches while participating in Walt Harris' skills camp in June.

Chase had been receiving interest from Ohio State, Notre Dame, Boston College and Kentucky. He attended camp at all four schools this summer, but often spoke highly about the Panthers, Coach Harris and his staff.

Will Chase be the last top line prospect from Ohio the Panthers get? Many fans from several schools are looking at how the recruiting battle is shaping up with Chauncey Incarnato of Dover High School also. Pittsburgh has been recruiting Ohio hard for the past few years and the efforts are paying off with a program many feel is in the top 15 in the country.

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