Ohio State continued to answer concerns on the future of its offensive line with the commitment today of four-star Texas guard Demetrius Knox.
Knox, a former Texas commit, made the announcement on Twitter.
With four senior starters on the line graduating after this season and only one offensive lineman in the Buckeyes’ freshman class, OSU coaches have doubled down on their efforts to restock up front. Knox, a 6-foot-4, 300-pound tackle at Fort Worth All Saints High who projects as a guard in college, is the fourth offensive lineman in the Buckeyes’ now 15-member 2014 recruiting class.
Knox is ranked by Rivals.com as the nation’s 87th overall prospect No. 121 by Scout.com. Ohio State also has pledges from Chicago tackle Jamarco Jones, Lancaster, Ohio, tackle Kyle Trout, and Cleveland guard Marcelys Jones.
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