Former Ohio State recruit Ejuan Price is now heading to Pittsburgh.

The 6-foot, 235-pound linebacker originally signed with the Buckeyes in February but was recently granted his release.

Price, a second-team Class AAAA All-State pick from Woodland Hills High, was ranked among the top 15 linebacker prospects in the country by Scout.com.

Pitt coach Todd Graham calls Price "an explosive player" who will fit in well with the Panthers.

Price is one of four Woodland Hills players to sign with the Panthers this year, joining defensive lineman Khaynin Mosley-Smith and defensive backs Lafayette Pitts and Jevonte Pitts.