Elijah Weaver has released a final list of his top four schools. Not surprisingly, Ohio State made the cut.
This afternoon, the four-star point guard from Oldsmar (Fla.) Christian posted a graphic to Twitter that included the logos of all four schools. They are Ohio State, USC, Oklahoma State and Florida.
Final 4️⃣ ‼️ pic.twitter.com/gYDcNgWLfD— Elijah Weaver ™ (@___ewr) August 30, 2017
Weaver will be taking an official visit to Ohio State during the weekend of Sept. 8. He’s planning to visit the Trojans this weekend, the Gators on Sept. 16 and the Cowboys on Sept. 22.
I caught up with Weaver and his high school coach, John Bianchi, just last week. You can read that story by clicking here.
The 6-4, 195-pound Weaver is a high priority for Chris Holtmann’s new coaching staff at Ohio State. He landed an offer from the Buckeyes alongside a handful of Ohioans on the first day they started offering prospects.
ESPN ranks Weaver as a four-star prospect, the No. 42 overall prospect in the nation and the No. 10 point guard.
He’s not the only player to include the Buckeyes in a recent list. Tuesday evening, three-star center prospect Morris Udeze from Montverde (Fla.) Academy released his top five that includes Ohio State on Twitter. In the video, Ohio State is listed alongside TCU, LSU, Wichita State and Butler.
Final 5 #ProveThemWrong. pic.twitter.com/72ZdfO7eJp— Morris (@MorrisUdeze34) August 29, 2017
247Sports.com ranks the 6-8, 240-pound Udeze as the No. 21 center prospect in the country.