Ht: 6-4 Wt: 285
Rivals: 4-Star #22 OG
Scout: 3-Star #4 C
247Sports: 3-Star #21 OG
ESPN: 3-Star #7 C
Jack Wohlabaugh is a 4-star prospect by Rivals who was a three-year starting offensive lineman for coaches Gerry Rardin and Scott Beigie at Walsh Jesuit High School ... Wohlabaugh moved to center after the second game of his senior season because of an injury to a teammate, and that's the position he is expected to play as a Buckeye ... rated as high as the No. 4 center prospect nationally by Scout and as high as the No. 12 player in Ohio by Rivals ... he was almost destined to play center, with his father, Dave, having played the position for nine years in the NFL, including a Super Bowl season in 1997 with New England and four seasons with the Cleveland Browns ... Wohlabaugh was a first-team Division II Associated Press all-state selection in 2015 and a member of the all-USA Ohio football team, as selected by USA Today ... he helped the Warriors to the Division II state playoffs as a junior in 2014 ... credits his flexibility and footwork to playing hockey through his sophomore season ... he does come from a family of athletes: his Mother, Virginia, played field hockey at Syracuse while his dad played football for the Orange ... older brother, Evan, is a hockey captain for St. Bonaventure's club team and he also has a younger brother, David.
Ohio State, Cincinnati, Boston College, Kentucky, Minnesota, Michigan, Purdue
Pat Elflein, Billy Price
Tenacious run blocker with plenty of pancakes 10 yards past the line of scrimmage. Played a lot of guard in high school and pulls well, but will be asked to be a center at Ohio State. Offensive line coach Greg Studrawa loves his demeanor and passion for blocking.
Will likely redshirt and then contend for a starting center spot in 2017.