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Jenks Offensive Lineman Logan Nobles Commits to Oklahoma State

Four in one day!



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It didn’t take long for Logan Nobles to decide where he wanted to be.

Nobles, an offensive tackle from Jenks, announced an Oklahoma State commitment Wednesday evening. That decision came a little over a week after Mike Gundy’s staff extended an offer to him. It also makes him the fourth commit for OSU on the day.

Nobles is a three-star prospect, and he becomes the first OSU commit of the 2021 class to be a lineman. He is the fifth in-state player to join OSU’s class. 247Sports ranks him as the No. 19 prospect in the state.

Nobles chose OSU over offers from Tulsa, Kansas, Vanderbilt, Hawaii, North Texas and others. He is listed at 6-foot-6, 260 pounds. Behind Nobles’ work at left tackle last season, Jenks went 8-5 and made it to the 6A-I state championship game, where the Trojans fell to Owasso.

Jenks has long been a premier high school program in the state of Oklahoma, and Nobles’ commitment ensures that a Trojan will be on OSU’s roster past this year, Dillon Stoner’s redshirt senior season.

At the end of April, Kyle Boone wrote that this looks to be a deep class of O-linemen for the Pokes with projected starters Teven Jenkins, Dylan Galloway, Ry Schneider and Josh Sills all set to graduate after this season. So, though he is the first domino to fall for Charlie Dickey in the 2021 cycle, he almost definitely won’t be the last.

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