The Rush: Four-star 2023 quarterback Lincoln Kienholz will make an official visit to OSU Saturday, four-star 2024 OL Jordan Seaton is reportedly attending the Michigan game

Ohio State will have another official visitor for its rivalry matchup with Michigan this weekend.

South Dakota four-star quarterback Lincoln Kienholz will be among the many recruits attending OSU’s rivalry match with Michigan, which could be the main reason the Buckeyes and four-star quarterback Brock Glenn split from 2023 , when the Tennessee signal caller moved to Florida state on Monday evening.

While Kienholz’s visit is a big indicator of his interest in OSU, the 6-foot-3, 185-pound signal caller is currently committed to Washington, so the Buckeyes will have to turn him over if they want to add him to their 2023 class . Interest in Kienholz isn’t a new development, as OSU quarterbacks coach Corey Dennis visited South Dakota to check out him personally during Ohio State’s off week earlier this fall. Should Glenn retire, Kienholz would be the clear No. 1 target to replace him.

That season, Kienholz helped lead Pierre High School (Pierre, South Dakota) to a state championship by completing 66.5 percent of his passes for 3,422 yards and 46 touchdowns for six interceptions. As a runner, Kienholz ran for 1,435 yards with 24 rushing touchdowns.

Seaton visits Columbus on Saturday

Kienholz won’t be the only key visitor for Saturday in Ohio State. Washington DC’s 2024 four-star offensive lineman Jordan Seaton has confirmed his plans to visit Columbus this weekend, according to On3. Seaton is in daily contact with the Buckeyes.

“Ohio State, they’re a frontrunner right now,” Seaton told On3. “I wouldn’t be surprised if they ended up in my best schools.

“For a school like her to be first and foremost where she is in season and still in touch with me on a daily basis shows she has time for a guy out of state. I’m totally in the way in DC and it means a lot to them to take their time, so I make time to see them.

Seaton visited Ohio State in April for the program’s spring game and then accepted his offer from the Buckeyes in September. He ranks as the 42nd best prospect and top-rated inside offensive lineman of 2024 by 247Sports rankings. Seaton has 29 Division I offers including Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, LSU, USC, Michigan, Michigan State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Oregon and Penn State.

Gregory is excited about OSU’s visit

When Ohio State last hosted a home game, the 2026 class had a fairly prominent wide receiver in Chris Henry Jr. Still, it also hosted another wideout to rate highly this cycle with Georgia wideout Aaron Gregory.

The 6-foot-1, 159-pound Gregory has nine Division I offers this fall, including Arkansas, Kentucky, Penn State, Boston College, Mississippi State, Maryland and South Carolina.

Gregory told Eleven warriors he enjoyed his time in Columbus.

“The game atmosphere of (my visit) was great,” said Gregory. “Nothing like Ohio State. I had a great visit. I’ve made some great connections with wide receiver coach Brian Hartline and safety coach Perry Eliano. They liked my size and my potential. Future visits are definitely in the works. Great hospitality, enjoyed watching the training and being able to learn from a great group of players and coaches.”

In 10 games for the Augusta Chrisitan School (Augusta, Georgia), Gregory caught 32 passes for 271 yards with three touchdowns.