first_imgTwo players wearing Ohio State hats.Twitter/@BleacherReport.Ohio State recruiting has been crazy for years under Urban Meyer. The 2017 class may be kicking things up to a new level.The Buckeyes’ chances to eclipse Alabama and claim the No. 1 recruiting class is bolstered today, with the pick-up of a pair of the nation’s best wide receivers. Trevon Grimes and Tyjon Lindsey, two five-star pass catchers, teamed up to announced their commitment to Ohio State.In the video, the two face off in a dodgeball game, with teammates representing the other teams on their respective list. At the end, it becomes a one-on-one between Grimes and Lindsey, and rather than finish the game, they dap up and don Ohio State caps.What happens when two top-5 WRs enter the dodgeball arena with commitments on the line?— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) August 22, 2016The pair notably attended Ohio State’s “Friday Night Lights” camp together back in July. Now, they are officially in the same Buckeye recruiting class.Grimes took to Twitter to acknowledge the change of plans in his recruitment. He was originally set to commit later this week.❕❗️ CHANGE OF PLANS ❗️❕I have Officially Committed to Play Football At …….. ????— GrimeTime™ (@TrevonGrimes7) August 22, 2016With the double commitment, Ohio State has the nation’s top class, headlined by six five-star recruits. Grimes and Lindsey are joined by tackle Josh Myers, guard Wyatt Davis, cornerback Shaun Wade, and defensive end Chase Young.247Sports ranks Grimes the No. 3 wide receiver in the class and the No. 3 player in the state of Florida, perhaps the most talent-rich football state in the country.Lindsey is ranked No. 5 among all receivers, and No. 1 in the state of Nevada. He recently transferred back to Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, where he will play with fellow Ohio State commit Tate Martell, one of the nation’s best quarterbacks. Back in early July, Martell referred to he, Grimes, and Lindsey as “the future trio.” Clearly, he had a pretty good idea of where they would end up.With these two additions, another Martell prediction may come true. A few days after hanging with the two new Buckeyes at The Opening, he said that the Buckeyes’ 2017 class would go down as the “best of all-time.” We won’t really know if that is a fact until 2021 or 2022, but it is hard to doubt Ohio State recruiting right now.last_img