Keenan Nelson Jr. Commits to Ohio State: A Boost for the Buckeyes | OSU Sports Information
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In an exciting move, former South Carolina defensive back Keenan Nelson Jr. has transferred to Ohio State for 2024. The OSU safety room just got a great addition, as Nelson brings experience and talent to Columbus.

The four-star recruit from Philadelphia’s St. Joseph’s Prep, Nelson made his mark in South Carolina. In two years, he played in 15 games, he made 13 tackles, one tackle for loss and one pass breakup. He also blocked a punt against Vanderbilt, showing his special teams' versatility.

Nelson now joins a defensive back group that includes Lathan Ransom, Caleb Downs, Malik Hartford, Jaden Bonsu, Jaylen McClain and Leroy Roker. He is prepared to make an impact on the Buckeyes defense with three years of college eligibility remaining.

Check back for more updates on the 2024 season!

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