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Bluechip OL Prospect Weston Davis Includes OSU, Bama Among Top Six Schools

OSU is in the mix for a big talent in 24.



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Oklahoma State landed among the top six schools for one of the best offensive line prospects in the 2024 class in offensive tackle Weston Davis of Beaumont United in Beaumont, Texas, who over the weekend named the Cowboys as one of three Big 12 schools under final consideration. TCU and OU were also in the mix as were three SEC schools in Texas A&M, LSU and Alabama.

Davis is a 6-foot-4, 285-pound prospect who has reported more than 20 offers from across the country, with his list eliminating Houston, Miami, Ole Miss and several others. (Also, by the way, the pancakes on the graphic? That’s a 10/10 from me.)

OSU offensive line coach Charlie Dickey offered Davis a scholarship after a conversation between the two last fall during what was a flurry of interest that came his way. OSU offered about a month after LSU and about four months after TCU and Texas Tech offered, though clearly the late jump hasn’t hampered OSU’s chances.

Davis fits the mold of exactly what OSU seems to love about prospects (and especially from its athletes, so bonus points for being a big fella.) At his size he’s got nifty footwork and is able to put it to use on the basketball court, too, where he recently shined for Beaumont United on a team that was ranked nationally and wound up reaching the 6A state title game

247Sports does not yet have a ranking for Davis but Rivals and On3Sports both list him as a four-star prospect ranked as a top-150 national player in his class and a top-10 player at his position. OSU does not yet have a commitment from a lineman (offensive or defensive) in the 2024 class, though offensive line figures to be a focal point as the staff tries to replenish the talent there with youth for the future.

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