Poaching season is upon us, folks. And with Urban Meyer stepping down as Ohio State's head coach, there was no doubt top programs would come in and make a run at Buckeyes' commits.
However, the prized possession of the 2019 class is 5-star receiver Garrett Wilson, whose phone BLEW UP as soon as Meyer made his announcement.
This included Oklahoma making a push to try and get him to flip his commitment. Wilson has revealed, though, he told Lincoln Riley and Co. thanks, but no thanks. He's a Buckeye.
Ohio State Top Recruit Staying Put After Urban Meyer Retirement, OU Tried To Poach! https://t.co/U80ZhySgdr— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) December 6, 2018
Wilson is ranked the No. 2 wide receiver in the country and the No. 16 player overall. Throughout his recruitment, he racked up more than 30 offers, with Ohio State, Texas, Bama, Arizona State, Notre Dame, Arkansas and other powerhouses putting scholarships on the table.
In addition to Oklahoma, Notre Dame and Arkansas tried to pull a fast one on future Ohio State head coach Ryan Day, but Wilson remains 100 percent locked in with the Buckeyes.
Wilson actually hosted Day for an in-home visit on Wednesday night, further sending the message to other schools trying to recruit him that he's not going anywhere.
With the Dec. 19 early National Signing Day less than two weeks away, Buckeyes fans having nothing to worry about. Wilson will be Columbus-bound.