Victor commits to Ohio State
Ohio State has dipped into South Florida once again and pulled another elite talent in Coconut Creek wide receiver Binjimen Victor.
A big need for Ohio State as it tries to round out its 2016 recruiting class was adding another big outside receiver to the fold. The Buckeyes did just that on Monday afternoon, landing Rivals100 product Binjimen Victor.
The 6-foot-4, 173-pound prospect out of Coconut Creek (Fla.) chose the Buckeyes over Florida, Tennessee, and West Virginia, making the announcement just a day after wrapping up an official visit to Tennessee.
Victor becomes commitment No. 19 for Ohio State in the 2016 recruiting class. He is another in a long line of big-time South Florida athletes to head north to Columbus (Ohio) under head coach Urban Meyer. The Buckeyes had previously received a pledge from big-time South Floridian Nick Bosa in this class and pulled Torrance Gibson and Damon Arnette out of the area a year ago.
Victor is rated the No. 91 overall prospect in the nation by Rivals.com and the No. 15 prospect in the state of Florida for the 2016 class. Stay tuned to BuckeyeGrove.com for more on Victor's commitment to Ohio State.