Ohio State's 2020 recruiting class took a hit on Wednesday, a day after head coach Urban Meyer retired, when four-star offensive tackle Jake Wray announced he will decommit from the Buckeyes.

Though Wray said Ohio State remains one of his top schools, he cites program adjustments as the reason for stepping back and evaluating his options.

The Marietta, Ga., native is the ninth-ranked player at his position and the No. 56 overall prospect on the ESPN 300 for 2020. His brother Max is currently a freshman offensive lineman for the Buckeyes.

Wray is the second recruit to decommit from Ohio State since Meyer's retirement. Four-star safety Lejond Cavazos, the No. 114 overall recruit on the ESPN 300, was the first on Tuesday.

Ohio State still has five commitments for the class of 2020, most notably Paris Johnson Jr., a four-star offensive tackle ranked seventh in the country.

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