Another commitment watch for Ohio State's 2019 recruiting class began unofficially as soon as Tuesday’s one-day skills camp ended.

There were rumors that Craig Young, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound receiver and defender, had already let his intentions be known, though he refuted that.

“They’re just rumors, they didn’t come from me.” said Young, of Wayne High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana. “So if they didn’t come from me, it’s probably not even true.

“But I will be making my decision in the next two days, so stay tuned.”

Tight end Brenton Strange of Parkersburg, West Virginia, wasn’t ready to make a decision, either, although his efforts at the camp earned a scholarship offer from the Buckeyes. It was the 13th for the current three-star prospect, whom recruiting analysts said seems destined to add a least one star before the 2019 cycle is done.

“It felt really good, especially since it’s from the Buckeyes,” the 6-5, 215-pound Strange said of the offer. “I was pretty excited (when it was extended), because if you come here you’re going to win some national championships.”

Strange, who has attended camps at Wake Forest and North Carolina in the last week or so, said nothing was promised from the Buckeyes before he arrived.

“I came in today thinking I need to do my best and get an offer,” Strange said. “Coach Meyer said (afterward) I have good twitch, good explosiveness, and very athletic.”

He added that Ohio State now is at or near the top of his list, which includes Purdue and North Carolina, and that he plans to make a decision before his high school senior season begins.