City College of San Francisco linebacker Larry Grant said on Sunday he expected to talk to the Buckeyes on Tuesday and find out whether or not he could be admitted to Ohio State. On Tuesday night Grant said he had spoken with OSU assistant Luke Fickell.
"I heard from him," Grant said. "He told me everything will be finalized on Wednesday to see if I'm commitable or not.
"He doesn't know right now. He said he'll tell me everything on Wednesday. If I'm committable I'll visit Ohio State this weekend."
Grant said he will likely end up at one of three schools.
"I talked to Texas A&M (Tuesday)," he said. "They're just waiting for me to make my decision. Oregon came today and offered me a scholarship. I'll probably visit them after Ohio State."
Grant made official visits to Tennessee, Texas A&M and Florida before he committed to the Gators. However he didn't have a college math class to go to the SEC so he can't go to either Florida or Tennessee.
The 6-foot-2 and 220-pound Grant, a four star prospect, has graduated from City College of San Francisco. He made 85 tackles including six sacks this season for City College of S.F. Grant also intercepted six passes and blocked six punts. Grant played both inside and outside linebacker.
Grant, who is originally from Sacramento, Calif., but played his senior season for Norcross, Ga., will have three years to play two seasons at his new college. He is the No. 7 junior college prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings.