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Five-star class of 2015 guard JaQuan Lyle has committed to Ohio State. Lyle had previously committed to Oregon as a member of the class of 2014, but was removed from the team's roster in September after reportedly not being cleared by the NCAA.

By SI Wire
January 30, 2015

Five-star class of 2015 guard JaQuan Lyle has committed to Ohio State, Bill Landis of Cleveland.com reports.

Lyle had previously committed to Oregon as a member of the class of 2014, but was removed from the team's roster in September after reportedly not being cleared by the NCAA.

Landis reports that Lyle picked Ohio State after narrowing down his choices to Oregon, LSU and Missouri. He attended Thursday's win over Maryland.

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He is currently playing for IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. after playing last season for Huntington Prep in West Virginia. The 6-foot-5 guard is the No. 24 player in the country, according to Rivals.

Ohio State guard D'Angelo Russell announced Lyle's commitment on Instagram on Thursday night.

S/o to my bro @easymoneyquan5 newest member of #tOSU YESSIR! We running tables next year

A photo posted by D'Angelo Russell (@dlozero) on

Led by Russell, Ohio State is 17-5 this season. 

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