St. Joseph’s Prep junior wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. announced via twitter on Thursday that he is committing to Ohio State. According to 247Sports, Harrison is the top-ranked wide receiver in Pennsylvania in the class of 2021 and the eighth-ranked receiver in the nation.

Harrison is the son of NFL Hall of Famer and former Colts star Marvin Harrison Sr.

Harrison Sr. played at Syracuse and for Roman Catholic High School.

Harrison Jr. is one of three St. Joe’s Prep players who are ranked in top seven in the 247Sports Pennsylvania rankings.

With his commitment to the Buckeyes, Harrison Jr. joins St. Joe’s quarterback Kyle McCord in heading to Ohio State. McCord is the top-ranked quarterback in Pennsylvania and the fifth overall.

Jeremiah Trotter Jr., a class of 2021 linebacker at St. Joe’s Prep, is committed to Clemson. His father is a former Eagles linebacker.

St. Joe’s Prep is ranked no. 1 in the Inquirer’s Southeastern Pennsylvania football rankings.

Harrison announced on Twitter in September that Notre Dame had made an offer to him. He also had offers from as far west as Arizona State and south as Florida.

But the Buckeyes made an offer to the 6-foot-4 junior in January, and he took an unofficial visit to the school a month later.

According to a tweet then, Harrison said he “fell in love as soon as I walked in” to Ohio State.

He was being recruited by former NFL receiver Brian Hartline, according to 247Sports. Hartline is the Buckeyes’ wide receivers coach.