On April 23, Oklahoma State entered the mix for four-star athlete Myles Price. On Tuesday, it appears he made the trek from The Colony — a city in Denton County near Frisco, Texas — all the way to Stillwater just to see just exactly what the Pokes have to offer.
Price is a multi-faceted talent who at 5-foot-8, 161 pounds can do a little of everything on the football field. I’ve been told OSU likes him as a cornerback, but he’s got experience and impressive credentials as a running back and as a receiver too.
Last season for The Colony he caught 67 passes for 1,089 yards and 17 touchdowns in addition to 49 rushes for 471 yards rushing and seven touchdowns.
After the visit on Twitter, recent OSU hoops signee dropped in a line to let him know the orange and black was a good choice.
That Orange And Black Looking Kinda Nice YoungBull 🍊🖤 https://t.co/O21MDgds9y
— TheChrisHarrisJr🎒 (@chrisharris_2) May 22, 2019
Price also holds offers from Texas Tech, TCU, Arizona State, SMU, Washington State, Colorado and many others, but getting him on campus seems to bode well for OSU’s chances here.
OSU’s recruiting class has taken shape in recent weeks and now has eight members, headlined by recent QB commit Shane Illingworth, but defensive back remains a need. To this point there are many prospects worth watching, but only one cornerback commitment — Jabbar Muhammad — in the cycle.