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Four-Star Wide Receiver Jaden Perez Commits to Oklahoma State

Another receiver pledges to the Pokes.



[Devin Wilber/PFB]

Kasey Dunn cannot be stopped on the recruiting trail right now.

Jaden Perez, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound receiver from San Antonio, committed to Oklahoma State on Friday evening. Perez becomes the third wide receiver to commit to the Cowboys this week and the fourth expected to play the position overall, joining Kameron Powell (McKinney, Texas), Royal Capell (Cibolo, Texas) and Matrail Lopez (Idabel).

Perez is a four-star prospect, according to Rivals. The service has him listed as the No. 232 player in the entire 2025 class, making him the No. 39 receiver in the class and the No. 39 player from the state of Texas. On3 and ESPN each list him as a three-star recruit.

He makes his commitment after an official visit to Stillwater earlier this month. Oklahoma State offered Perez in mid-January, and he ended up choosing the Cowboys over offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Miami, TCU, Texas Tech and others.

As a junior at Brandeis High School, Perez caught 48 passes for 577 yards and six touchdowns. That followed a sophomore season in which he caught 44 balls for 635 yards and five scores.

Perez is the seventh commit in the Cowboys’ 2025 class and the Cowboys’ sixth pledge this month alone. 247Sports doesn’t yet have a rating for him, so for the time being, OSU’s class stands pat at 30th in the service’s national recruiting rankings and fifth in the Big 12. Rivals has OSU’s class at 23rd nationally and third among schools that will play in the Big 12 next season.

Along with the trio of receivers mentioned above, Perez joins offensive linemen Ryker Haff and Jaylan Beckley in the class, as well as outside linebacker Kyle Keya.

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