Ohio State Recruiting: Tyquan Lewis Commits To Buckeyes

Tyquan Lewis, a 4-star defensive end from the state of North Carolina, has committed to Ohio State as part of the 2013 recruiting class, choosing OSU over LSU and North Carolina. As noted by Buckeyes blog Land-Grant Holyland, Lewis became the 17th player to commit to OSU for 2013 when he announced his decision on Thursday. The 6'4, 226-pound pass rusher should have a chance to crack the defensive line rotation for Urban Meyer's squad when he arrives on campus next season.

Lewis will join 4-star defensive tackle Michael Hill on the line next season, as Hill announced his commitment to OSU back in June. To get a complete look at the '13 recruiting class for the Ohio St. Buckeyes, be sure to check out the extensive coverage provided on SB Nation Cleveland's dedicated storystream.

For more on the Ohio State Buckeyes, check out Land-Grant Holy Land and SB Nation's Big Ten blog, Off Tackle Empire. You can learn more about college football around the country over at SB Nation's College Football hub.

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