AUSTIN — Lake Travis star wide receiver Garrett Wilson signed his National Letter of Intent to play for Ohio State University Wednesday morning at Lake Travis High School.

"This is just a day of relief. It's such a blessing to be here and to have all the people I love around me, my family and friends. This is a good day for me," said Wilson.

Wilson said despite Urban Meyer announcing his retirement from coaching, he remained fully committed to OSU.


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"My dad, that's something that he preaches. Once you start something, you've got to finish it. So I started out not just committing to one person, I didn't commit just to Coach Meyer. I've got a lot of love for him and he knows that. But Ohio State is bigger than just one man," said Wilson. "So, I committed to the program, I committed to the university, that fan base and all the people there. So it meant a lot more to me to stick to my commitment and ... 'finish what I started.'"

The five-star receiver will join the Buckeyes in the spring after graduating in December.