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Five Notable OSU Football Recruiting Events This Month

A look at five things you need to know in OSU football recruiting.



It’s been a busy month for Oklahoma State football recruiting. As the coaching staff looks to solidify its 2020 class, they’re tasked with juggling commitment dates, shuffling (and re-shuffling) big boards, making offers, hosting prospects, hitting the road and more.

Oh, and they also have to coach games, watch film and prepare throughout the week. It’s a tough gig (and one that pays handsomely).

Nonetheless, the result has been a flurry of notable activity in recent days. Here’s the most notable, impactful developments to take place over the last week.

1. Four-star TE visits for homecoming

Class of 2021 four-star tight end recruit Dametrious Crownover, a 6-6, 235-pound prospect from Grandview, Texas, visited Oklahoma State on an unofficial basis for homecoming.

Crownover is the No. 5 player at his position in the 247Sports Composite rankings with nearly two dozen offers to his name in total, among them Alabama, Arizona State, Michigan, Ohio State, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State. The Cowboys were one of his first Division I offers earlier this year, which he announced by labeling OSU as THE Oklahoma State University.

2. OSU makes 2021 WR his second Big 12 offer

Class of 2021 wide receiver Brady Boyd, formerly at Richmond High School and now at Southlake Carroll, announced this past week that OSU coach Mike Gundy made him a scholarship offer during a visit for the Baylor game. It’s his second Big 12 offer to go with Texas Tech, which offered earlier this spring.

Boyd is a 6-foot-1, 175-pound recruit who primarily plays on the outside and has some experience playing corner as well.

3. Arkansas product in 2022 offered by OSU

6-foot-7 (!), 300-pound Class of 2022 offensive line prospect Andrew Chamblee was offered by OSU earlier this month, his second from a Big 12 school and fifth overall. TCU — who OSU plays this weekend in Stillwater — was the first program from the conference to extend him an offer. He visited TCU last weekend.

4. KU, OSU offer rising Garland WR

On the same day Class of 2022 receiver Jordan Hudson received an offer from Kansas, Oklahoma State also decided to pull the trigger. The Jayhawks and Cowboys are the second and third schools, respectively, to offer the the 6-foot-1 Hudson. He plays corner and receiver.

5. OSU offers in-state lineman

Oklahoma State has four commitments from offensive linemen in the 2020 recruiting class, and OL coach Charlie Dickey doesn’t appear to be done yet. This past week he made an offer to Union (Tulsa) offensive guard recruit Jake Henry. It’s Henry’s first Division I offer, which happened to come in on the same day he dropped his midseason highlights. Probably not a coincidence.

Henry camped at OSU last summer and has a familiarity with the coaching staff dating back to the Josh Henson era.


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