Dana Point (Calif.) Dana Hills defensive back Grant Schwartz will likely commit to Ohio State in the very near future.
"Ohio State offered me this morning," Schwartz said late Wednesday night. "Coach Fickell left a text message saying they would like to offer me a scholarship. He said coach Tressel would call on Thursday to confirm the offer. They offered me as a safety.
"I'm likely to commit to Ohio State in the near future, in the next week or two."
Might Schwartz commit to the Bucks when he talks with Jim Tressel?
"That's possible," Schwartz said. "I have to talk things over with my family. It's been a dream of my family for me to play there.
"My dad (Brian Schwartz) played there. That's when I started liking Ohio State. Then I went out to their camp this summer and liked it."
The 6-foot-0 and 200-pound Schwartz is playing quarterback and some free safety during his senior season. In leading Dana Hills to three wins in four games Schwartz has 700 yards passing and eight touchdowns as well as 400 yards rushing and six scores. He has also intercepted a pass on the other side of the ball.
In addition to Ohio State, Schwartz also has scholarship offers from Oregon and Colorado State.