Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE
The Shaker Heights lineman was reportedly reluctant to commit, but agreed to join the Buckeyes after making his official visit to the university over the weekend.
The Ohio State Buckeyes bolstered an already impressive recruiting class over the weekend, as Shaker Heights lineman Donovan Munger committed to join Urban Meyer's squad in 2013, according to Tim May of The Columbus Dispatch.
Munger, a 6'4, 290 pound defensive lineman, committed to Ohio State on Sunday afternoon after reportedly wanting to postpone his official visit to the university. After being urged by coaches, the four-star recruit made the trip to Columbus with his mother over the weekend.
While Munger is ranked as a defensive line prospect, many consider him to be capable of playing on the offensive line as well. The Buckeyes 2013 recruiting class boasts five defensive linemen and just two offensive linemen, so a move to the other side of the ball might be beneficial to Munger.
Munger joins wide receiver/defensive back Gareon Conley as the Buckeyes' commits over the weekend. The university is also rumored to be close to landing blue-chip linebacker Mike Mitchell.
The Buckeyes recruiting class is currently ranked No. 4 by 247sports.com, behind USC, Alabama and Florida.