Hubbard, Ohio wide receiver Isiah Scott picked up his first offer earlier this month from Kentucky and he has been exploring other schools of interest this month.
"I just got back from Ohio State," Scott said. "It was great and everything down there was perfect. The coaches were nice and they push you - I like that."
Ohio State has already offered Scott's brother, four-star running back Larry Scott, and they clarified what position they were evaluating Isiah at.
"They see me as a defensive back," Scott said. "They asked me what I preferred to play and I said receiver, so I talked to Coach [Zach] Smith, the receivers coach. Then I talked to the defensive backs coach, Coach [Chris] Ash."
Scott and his brother, along with class of 2016 teammate George Hill, will be back on the road this weekend making a return visit to Michigan State. Scott had previously said Michigan State was the team that stood out most to him early following a winter visit to East Lansing.
"I am excited for another trip," Scott said. "I want to get back around the guys and the coaches. It seems kind of like family."
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Scott played both wide receiver and defensive back for Hubbard High this past fall.