The Hurry-Up: Priority 2022 WR Kyion Grayes is continuing to remain patient with his decision and the recruiting process, and Ohio State could benefit from Jeremy Pruitt's firing. https://t.co/CU4Oqilxiy— Eleven Warriors (@11W) January 22, 2021 GRAYES BEING PATIENT WITH DECISION, RECRUITING PROCESS By now, many people expected that Kyion Grayes would have already welcomed himself into the fold as one of Ohio State’s receiver commits in the 2022 class. But the four-star out of Chandler (Arizona) High School has not yet made that move. While I do believe he will wind up committing to the Buckeyes at some point soon, perhaps over the next month, Grayes has not solidified anything as he continues to be patient with his decision and the recruiting process. “I still wanna wait a little,” Grayes told Eleven Warriors. “I know where my heart is. Just wanna make sure that it’s 100 (percent).” Grayes told us that he hopes to make a visit to Ohio State at some point soon, but a plan for a visit has not yet been put into motion. Getting to Columbus before making a decision may not be as important for Grayes as it is for someone like 2021 target Raesjon Davis, but a trip to campus would still be a good next box for him to check off. In the meantime, Grayes is continuing to mend a very minor ankle injury this offseason, but he expects to get back to training and on-field activities in the near future. When he does, he will be able to return to working on a skillset that mirrors that of one of the Buckeyes’ returning star players in Chris Olave. Olave is perhaps the No. 1 player who Grayes looks up to, and he hopes to have a conversation with Olave some day soon in order to grasp a better knowledge of how to become a better receiver. Grayes, the No. 312 overall player, No. 46 receiver and No. 3 player in Arizona, is one of the Buckeyes' priority receivers in the 2022 cycle in addition to players like Kojo Antwi, C.J. Williams and Kaleb Brown. Ohio State is most likely looking at taking three receivers in the class, though it's at least possible that number could wind up jumping to four.