Cincinnati (Ohio) Anderson offensive lineman Mark Wetterer, who has several scholarship offers on the table, attended the Ohio State spring game on Saturday and afterwards said if a scholarship offer comes from the Buckeyes he is ready to commit.
"I went to the Ohio State spring game," Wetterer said. "I really liked it. I was amazed how many people were there. I got to see some of the facilities.
"I talked to (OSU assistant) coach Peterson a little. He said he would be down to my high school in a week or two and talk to my coach."
Wetterer is hoping the Buckeyes eventually offer a scholarship.
"Ohio State is my favorite definitely," he said. "If Ohio State would offer I would commit."
Wetterer already has other offers on the table.
"Cincinnati, West Virginia and Maryland have offered," Wetterer said. "I've been to West Virginia, Cincinnati, I've been to Clemson and I've been to Tennessee this spring.
"I'm looking at those schools, Boston College and basically the whole Big Ten."
The 6-foot-5 and 295-pound Wetterer started all 10 games his sophomore year at offensive right guard. He moved to left tackle his junior season and also played defensive tackle. Wetterer is a physical player who has good strength and very good feet.