Ohio State loses commitment from Rivals250 defensive back Blake Woodby, who announces official visits.

Blake Woodby, a highly recruited defensive back in the Rivals250, has made a significant decision in his college football recruitment process. The talented athlete from Baltimore, Maryland, who currently attends St. Frances Academy, has officially decommitted from Ohio State University. This news comes as a surprise to many, as Woodby had been committed to the Buckeyes since October.

In a statement regarding his decision, Woodby emphasized the importance of ensuring he is making the best possible choice for his future. “I wanted to make sure I’m making the best possible decision,” Woodby said. “There are a lot of stones that weren’t turned over in my recruiting process. I just want to make sure I’m making the right decision for me and my family.”

Despite his decommitment from Ohio State, Woodby is not slowing down in his recruitment journey. He has already scheduled an unofficial visit for this weekend and has two official visits lined up for next month. “I have my Maryland official visit on June 21st,” he stated. “I’ll be at Auburn on May 31st. I’ll be at Georgia for an unofficial visit this weekend. I’m going to be talking to coaches to schedule official visits for the other two weekends in June.”

Woodby’s decision has garnered attention across the college football landscape, as he is currently ranked No. 35 in the Rivals250. This ranking places him as the No. 2 recruit in the state of Maryland and the No. 6 cornerback prospect in the nation.

As Woodby explores his options and weighs his college choices, college football fans and recruiters alike will be eagerly awaiting his final decision. With official visits to various schools on the horizon, it is clear that Woodby is taking his time to make an informed and thoughtful choice that will shape his future in football. Stay tuned for updates on Blake Woodby’s recruitment journey as he navigates this crucial decision-making process.

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