5-Star DE Brenton Cox Decommits from Ohio State After Alabama Visit

Recruiting prospects in the state of Georgia can be a hard task, as Ohio State found on Wednesday when five-star defensive end Brenton Cox announced his decommitment.

Cox is one of the top recruits of the 2018 class, and now his commitment could become a major x-factor for several schools.

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The 6-foot-5, 250-pound prospect out of Stockbridge, Georgia, initially committed to the Buckeyes over the in-state Georgia Bulldogs back in April.

The five-star took an official visit to Alabama this past weekend and promptly announced he would be leaving the Ohio State class a day after the trip to Tuscaloosa.

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According to 247Sports' Hank South, Cox met with Alabama defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt on Monday and is "expected to visit Georgia" sometime in the near future.

Cox's decommitment is a blow to the stacked defensive line haul Ohio State's coaching staff had assembled in the 2018 class, which also includes five-star defensive tackle Taron Vincent of Bradenton (Florida) IMG and four-star junior college Antwuan Jackson.

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Still on Ohio State's board are four-star defensive ends Tyreke Smith of Cleveland Heights and Jayson Oweh of Blairstown (New Jersey) Blair Academy.

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