Kicker Andrew Gantz from Centerville (Ohio) High School is considering a preferred walk-on position at Ohio State.
Gantz, who committed to the same position at Tennessee last month, visited Ohio State on Friday. He said Monday morning via Facebook that he's undecided on which school he will attend.
"Still trying to make the best decision for me and my family," said Gantz, who's free to attend the school of his choosing because he has not signed a National Letter of Intent.
Gantz said Ohio State and Tennessee have both offered him an opportunity to compete for a starting position with a scholarship to follow if he wins a job. He said Ohio State would like him to compete for the punting job this fall with an opportunity to become the team's placekicker to follow in 2014.
Ohio State's need at the position became more glaring on Thursday when punter Johnny Townsend from Orlando, Fla., decommitted from the Buckeyes and signed with Florida.
Tennessee has signed 21 prospects in the 2013 class and could add up to six more signees. The Vols are set to have three kicking specialists on scholarship this fall: senior Michael Palardy, redshirt junior Matt Darr and redshirt freshman George Bullock.
This isn't Tennessee's first head-to-head battle with Ohio State for a prospect this year. The Buckeyes signed highly-touted safety Vonn Bell from Ridgeland High School in Rossville, Ga., on Wednesday after Bell gave serious thought to choosing Tennessee.
Ohio State also held onto linebacker Trey Johnson from Lawrenceville, Ga., after he took an official visit to Tennessee last month.