Zion Grady, No. 7 DE in 2025, joins Ohio State

  • Eli Lederman, ESPNJun 24, 2024, 12:03 PM ET Ohio State’s top-ranked 2025 recruiting class gained its latest top-50 skill Monday early morning with a dedication from four-star defensive end Zion Grady (No. 45 in the ESPN 300).

    Grady, a versatile pass-rusher from Enterprise, Alabama, is the No. 7 defensive end in his class and the fifth-ranked prospect in the state of Alabama in 2025. After decommitting from Alabama, Grady provided his promise to the Buckeyes over finalists Tennessee and Florida State. His dedication comes one day after Grady ended up an official see to Ohio State over the weekend.

    “Let’s go Bucks,” Grady composed in a post on X.The 6-foot-4, 230-pound edge rusher burst onto the nationwide recruiting scene with a set of standout seasons at Charles Henderson High School in Troy, Alabama, where Grady totaled 82 takes on, 23 hurries and 10 sacks in his junior season.Grady initially devoted to Alabama in November 2023 before pulling his promise and reopening his recruitment in January following Nick Saban’s departure from the Crimson Tide. Grady likewise revealed his transfer to Enterprise High School in January as well.Editor’s Picks 1 Related With his dedication, Grady is now the 14th ESPN 300 commit

and the fourth-highest prospect in the Buckeyes ‘upcoming class. Ohio State is now as much as 5 top-50 dedicates for 2025, more than any other program in this cycle.Grady also signs up with a star-studded protective unit headed to Ohio State in the 2025 cycle,

a group headlined by Na’eem Offord (No. 1 cornerback in 2025 ), Devin Sanchez( No. 2 cornerback) and London Merritt (No. 5 defensive end in 2025 ). Zahir Mathis (No. 8 protective end), Faheem Delane(No. 4 safety ), Tarvos Alford (No. 6 outdoors linebacker)and 24th-ranked cornerback DeShawn Stewart submit the loaded crop of protectors headed for Columbus in the top recruiting class, according to ESPN’s newest team rankings.

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