Ohio State landed a key point guard over the weekend as former four-star recruit and Florida State transfer C.J. Walker committed to the Buckeyes.
Walker averaged 8.0 points and 2.7 assists as a sophomore for the Seminoles, but he lost he was pushed back in the rotation as the season progressed by Trent Forrest.
Ohio State will redshirt Walker for a season before he is eligible to play in 2019-2020. He will have two seasons of eligibility remaining and will likely replace C.J. Jackson as the starter when he does become eligible.