Long time priority Ohio State defensive line target Caden Curry just capped off his high school career with another state championship over the weekend. Now the Greenwood (IN) Center Grove star will move his full attention to making his college decision.

The Top 100 prospect is in the midst of setting up his in-home visits and the first one is already on the books, according to his mother, Maria Curry.

“(Ryan Day is coming) on Thursday with coach (Larry) Johnson,” she informed BuckeyeScoop.com.

Curry has been a top target for Johnson and the Buckeyes for almost two years now. The four-star prospect has several family ties to the state of Ohio and lives within that three-hour recruiting radius that the Buckeyes consider home territory.

Other in-home visits are “in the works” according to the family but dates are still being finalized. Curry has a top five of Ohio State, Alabama, Clemson, Indiana, and Oregon.

Curry made his official visit to Ohio State back in September for the Oregon game. He made an unofficial visit to Columbus during the month of June and returned again for the Penn State game at the end of October.

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