Former Buckeye recruit and four-star wide receiver Jeremiah McClellan flipped to the Oregon Ducks on Wednesday.

McClellan (No. 100 overall in the 2024 ESPN 300) had been committed to the Buckeyes since Aug. 13 and his choice to change course offers a boost to the Ducks’ third-ranked class.

The 6-foot, 195-pound McClellan, a product of Christian Brothers College High School (Missouri), caught 58 passes for 834 yards this season.

He would follow a pair of top-100 prospects at the receiver position from the 2023 class, Jurrion Dickey (No. 38 overall) and Ashton Cozart (No. 95 overall), for Oregon.

Ohio State’s success on the trail with ESPN 300 receivers is well established and well earned. Since the 2018 recruiting cycle, 18 ESPN 300 wide receivers have signed with Ohio State, which has officially signed five-star Jeremiah Smith (No. 7 overall) and Mylan Graham (No. 40 overall) to its 2024 class.