That being said, Ohio State was still active on the recruiting trail, offering an in-state point guard in the 2020 class. We will get to that shortly. First though, one of the top recruits in the 2019 class, Trayce Jackson-Davis, took some time to discuss his recruitment with Eleven Warriors. Jackson-Davis took an unofficial visit to Ohio State on Oct. 28, the same day the Buckeye football team defeated Penn State on the gridiron. Jackson-Davis was able to experience the football game as well as watch Ohio State's open basketball practice that day, and said his experience was unlike anything he had ever seen. "OSU fans are insane, the football game was the biggest that I've ever been to," he told Eleven Warriors. "They have a nice campus, but I haven't really gotten a chance to tour all of campus." Jackson-Davis was offered by Ohio State the same day as his visit, the fifth school to offer him a scholarship behind Butler, Xavier, Indiana and Michigan State. A 6-foot-9 center, Jackson-Davis said Ohio State's pitch to him has been their desire to help him reach his maximum potential, which is also one of the biggest things Jackson-Davis is looking for in a program. "Coach Holtmann is a great coach, their pitch to me is that they want to help work on all my skills and develop me into the best player possible," Jackson-Davis said. "The most important thing is the fit, who they are recruiting at my position, and the coaches' development of players." Currently, Ohio State has just one player committed for the 2019 class in Alonzo Gaffney, a top-30 prospect from Garfield Heights, Ohio. Jackson-Davis competed against Gaffney on April 29 in the Nike EYBL circuit in Indianapolis, as his Indy Heat team defeated Gaffney's All-Ohio Red squad, 78-65. In that game, Gaffney fouled out and scored just three points, but Jackson-Davis said the OSU commit has tremendous skill. Jackson-Davis added that he and Gaffney haven't talked much during the recruiting process. "Alonzo is a great player, he gave us some trouble when we played them, we got lucky and got him in foul trouble," he said. "(Gaffney) hasn't reached out that much." Moving forward, Jackson-Davis said his plan is to cut his list of schools down near the end of summer when his AAU season is over. He currently holds 15 offers and was just recently offered by Georgia and Memphis. "I've been debating whether to commit before the season, but right now I don't know if that's going to happen," he said. "I will commit when I know 100 percent where I want to go."