One of the more highly regarded receivers in the Midwest in the 2014 class, Dominique Booth (Indianapolis/Pike) will make it to Ohio State this weekend.
Already with 11 offers, Booth, who camped at Michigan on Wednesday, is hoping the Buckeyes can make it an even dozen.
“I've been talking to the coach [assistant Kerry Coombs] for a while, he was heavily recruiting me when he was at Cincinnati and they still are at Ohio State,” Booth told WolverineNation’s Chantel Jennings. “They say they need what I do in the offense. And I'm excited to go camp there, because I like the offense they run. I'm hoping for an offer, that'd be exciting."
Aside from Michigan, Booth has also camped at Florida this spring. He has no plans to camp anywhere else after Ohio State.
Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Kentucky, Michigan State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Purdue and Wisconsin have already offered Booth.
WolverineNation reporter Chantel Jennings contributed to this report.