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Holy Smokes, OSU Football Recruiting Popped off on Wednesday

A recap of A DAY.



Yo. Wednesday was a day. Oklahoma State jumped more than 30 spots in the national recruiting rankings for 2021 on the back of a four-commitment day, headlined by twin additions Bryson and Blaine Green, both of whom sit 1-2 at the top of the ratings for OSU’s class.

A day.

I’ve covered OSU recruiting for more than a half-decade now, and best I can tell, it was the biggest single-day windfall on record. Landing two commitments in a single day is in itself a win, but a quartet of cats joining the club is virtually unheard of — even from the Alabamas and Clemsons of the world.

Here’s a recap of the day to help digest it once more.

12:03 p.m.: Bryson Green commits. The four-star Allen, Texas receiver beat his twin brother, Blaine, by a mere seconds by announcing on Twitter that he’s committed to Oklahoma State.

12:04 p.m.: Blaine Green commits. The other Green twin followed Bryson’s announcement up just seconds later, though Bryson technically announced both their news at 12:03. The two shared matching Twitter videos (because of course!) to make their announcement, replete with a Tombstone teaser and a “Go Pokes!” to boot.

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2:09 p.m.: Cam Smith commits. Just as the high of the twins committing was wearing off, Cam Smith — a three-star athlete from Texas — announced he was also joining the fold for 2021. He chose OSU over K-State, Vandy, UConn and others, and his family co-announced the decision with him in a video posted on social media.

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5:21 p.m.: Logan Nobles commits. This one was something of a surprise. Jenks offensive lineman Logan Nobles only recently popped on the radar after OSU offered him a week ago, but he wasted no time announcing his commitment to cap the day that was. The 6-6, 260 Nobles turned down Kansas, Vandy and a host of other smaller programs. OSU verbal commitments Collin Oliver and Raymond Gay approved.

And so did Mike Gundy himself.

The 2021 class now ranks 35th nationally and sixth in the Big 12.

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