A hectic month of recruiting for Ohio State continues this weekend with a quartet of scheduled official visits.

It got underway Thursday night, when Morris Udeze posted to Twitter that he had arrived in Columbus. A three-star center prospect according to 247Sports.com, Udeze plays for perennial powerhouse Montverde (Fla.) Academy and included the Buckeyes among his final five schools in a list released August 29. Also making the cut: Butler, LSU, TCU and Wichita State.

Columbus, Ohio

— Morris (@MorrisUdeze34) September 14, 2017

This is Udeze’s second official visit. The 6-8, 240-pound big man checked out Butler on August 26, and both Ohio State coach Chris Holtmann and Butler coach LaVall Jordan. 247Sports ranks him as the No. 247 overall prospect in the country and the No. 21 center prospect.

Today, three others are scheduled to arrive – and one of them will be early. Eric Hunter, a three-star shooting guard prospect from Indianapolis (Ind.) Tindley, was scheduled to take an official visit to Xavier this weekend and one to Ohio State on Wednesday.

Instead, Hunter will visit the Buckeyes this weekend, and it’s unclear if he will still check out the Musketeers.

Columbus this weekend . pic.twitter.com/V9gT2KoJk6

— Eric Hunter Jr. (@ebuckets13) September 15, 2017

In June, the 6-3, 165-pound Hunter named six schools as his favorites: Butler, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State, Purdue and Xavier. He has an official visit scheduled to check out the Golden Gophers on Sept. 27. 247Sports ranks him as the No. 5 overall prospect from Indiana, the No. 25 shooting guard in the nation and the No. 127 overall prospect.

He will be joined by a pair of point guards. Andrew Nembhard, an ESPN top-50 recruit from Canada who is playing at Montverde, has four finalists: Florida, Gonzaga, Ohio State and USC. According to Scout.com, this is his first official visit, with subsequent trips planned to his other three finalists: USC (Sept. 23), Gonzaga (Oct. 8) and Florida (Oct. 15).

ESPN ranks Nembhard as the nation’s 11th-best point guard and the No. 46 overall prospect.

Also making the trip is Duane Washington, a three-star prospect from Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon who has recently added offers from Oregon, UCLA and Michigan. The 6-3, 190-pound Washington is ranked as the No. 55 point guard and No. 291 overall prospect by 247Sports.

The visits come on the heels of a trio of four-star visitors last weekend: point guard Elijah Weaver from Oldsmar (Fla.) Christian, guard Luther Muhammad from Jersey City (N.J.) Hudson Catholic and forward Jaedon LeDee from Houston Kinkaid.

Ohio State has no verbal commitments for the class of 2018 and is looking to sign as many as four players, with an emphasis on the guard position where Weaver and Muhammad appear to be their top priorities.