Ohio State has made the most recent cut for a pair of four-star prospects in the class of 2018.

Today, the Buckeyes were included on the most-updated list for Patrick Williams, a four-star small forward from Charlotte, North Carolina when the 6-7, 180-pound Williams posted a graphic to Twitter with a list of his top 10 schools. They are, in no order: Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Maryland, Texas, Clemson, N.C. State, Louisville, Arizona State, Arizona and Ohio State.


— Patrick Williams (@patricklw4) August 6, 2018

Williams took an unofficial visit to check out Ohio State in June. Listed at 6-7, 180 pounds, Williams is the No. 57 overall recruit in the nation and No. 17 small forward according to the 247Sports.com composite rankings.

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Saturday, the Buckeyes were included on the top-10 list for Sam Williamson, a four-star small forward from Rockwall, Texas. The 6-6, 180-pound Williamson announced his final 10 schools as Kansas, Butler, Texas Tech, Ohio State, SMU, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Louisville and Texas.

Williamson took an unofficial visit to Ohio State in June. According to 247Sports, he is the No. 14 small forward in the country and the No. 52 overall recruit. I wrote about him in late June after his Ohio State visit.

I want to thank every school that took the time to recruit me but moving forward I will be focusing on these 10 schools!!! @TiptonEdits pic.twitter.com/f8vVMdPEIx

— Samuell Williamson (@S_Williamson35) August 4, 2018

With verbal commitments from five-star Ohio native Alonzo Gaffney, who is playing his senior season at Wolfeboro (New Hampshire) Brewster Academy, and five-star point guard DJ Carton from Bettendorf, Iowa, the Buckeyes currently have one available spot in their 2018 recruiting class. They have been targeting a wing/post player for that spot and have a number of scholarship offers out.

Looming on the horizon is an official visit from one of them: E.J. Liddell, a four-star power forward from Belleville (Illinois) West. The 6-7, 220-pound Liddell will visit during the weekend of August 1 and also took an unofficial visit to Ohio State in June. He’s the No. 48 recruit in the nation in the 247Sports composite rankings.