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Cowboy Day Recap: Recruits Flood to OSU for Huge Recruiting Weekend

Looking at the biggest targets to visit OSU this past weekend.



Oklahoma State had itself a weekend, with a top 2019 target on campus and dozens of other 2020 and 2021 prospects on campus for junior day. Here’s a recap of the biggest names on campus and their status with the Pokes.

Will Plummer, QB, ⭐⭐⭐: A class of 2020 quarterback from Gilbert, Arizona, Plummer holds offers from OSU, Oregon State, North Texas, Colorado and Arizona. 6-1, 200-pound pro-style QB.

Korie Black, CB, ⭐⭐⭐⭐: Oklahoma State was one of the first to offer Black wayyyy back in 2017. He’s developed every bit into the star OSU had hoped, with offers from Purdue, K-State and Houston among the nine since his start turn. Black is from Waco and in the 2020 class.

Eli Russ, OL commit, ⭐⭐⭐⭐: Russ pledged to OSU way back in April of 2018 and hasn’t wavered. He’s the highest-rated commitment for the Pokes in 2020. 6-5, 305-pound tackle from Ardmore, Oklahoma.

Dontae Manning, CB, ⭐⭐⭐: Manning is a 2020 cornerback from Kansas City whom OSU offered just days before his visit. Kansas, Indiana, Missouri, K-State are among the nine offers the 6-foot, 175-pound prospect has received.

Myles Slusher, CB, ⭐⭐⭐⭐: Slusher is one of the best overall prospects in the state in 2020. The 6-foot, 181-pound corner from Broken Arrow has 17 offers from the likes of OSU, OU, Baylor, Oregon, Arkansas and others.

Soni Fonua, DE, ⭐⭐⭐: Fonua came to campus with his mom, sister and brother-in-law. You can read more about his visit here.

Tommy Brockermeyer, OL: Brockermeyer got a special gift during his weekend visit: An official scholarship offer from the Oklahoma State staff. The 2021 offensive lineman from Fort Worth, who stands at a stout 6-6, 268, now has offers from OU, LSU, Michigan, and Auburn. He’s the son of former Texas offensive tackle Blake Brockermeyer, and younger brother of former Texas linebacker Luke Brockermeyer.

Keithian Alexander, DL: Alexander visited OSU over the weekend and announced an OSU offer Monday morning, his first from the Power 5 ranks.

Chris Carpenter, WR, ⭐⭐⭐: Carpenter now has two offers: Oklahoma State and North Texas. 5-11, 160-pound speedster from Jacksonville Texas in the 2020 classification.

Alec Bryant, DE, ⭐⭐⭐⭐: One of the fastest-rising prospects 2020 from Texas, 6-3, 230-pound edge rusher Alec Bryant, was on campus this weekend only 10 days removed from an offer from the Pokes. Has 18 offers and counting already.

Savion Byrd, OL: A 6-foot-4, 240 thundering offensive tackle from the 2021 class, Savion Byrd is emerging fast as one of the top players in Texas out of Duncanville. In addition to OSU, Alabama, Baylor, Arkansas and more than a half dozen programs have joined the mix with offers.

Wesley Ndago, OL, ⭐⭐⭐: Ndago is an under-the-radar offensive lineman in the 2020 class from Midway (Waco) Texas. He’s a 6-3, 295-pound recruit who has offers from North Texas and Tulsa.

Hunter Washington, CB, 2021: Katy High products are always must-watch, and despite Washington’s relatively low profile, he likely will be soon, too. He’s a 6-1, 170-pound corner with a Tulane offer, but he’s likely going to gather others soon with his physical profile.

Jakailin Johnson, CB: A 6-foot, 160-pound corner from Saint Louis, Johnson has picked up offers from Iowa State, Illinois and Western Michigan in addition to OSU. A 2021 prospect, he has ideal size and speed for a corner that will likely earn him more interest into the spring/summer.

Calib Perez, OL: OSU was the first of many offers for Perez, a promising Pearland, Texas product, this past week. Houston has already offered the 6-6, 265-pound prospect and more will soon follow for the 2020 stud.

Ishmael Ibraheem, CB: OSU was the first Big 12 program to offer, and since, Baylor has joined the mix for Ibraheem, a 6-1, 175-pound corner from Dallas Kimball. Going to be one of the best corners in the 2021 class.


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