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John Marshall Athlete Bryce Stephens Commits to Arkansas

Another Oklahoman is headed to Fayetteville.



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The Cowboys didn’t add to their in-state haul in the 2021 class Sunday.

John Marshall athlete Bryce Stephens committed to Arkansas over 24 other DI offers, one of which was to play defensive back at Oklahoma State.

OSU offered Stephens back in November and hosted him on campus before the COVID-19 shutdown. Stephens’ brother, Timothy, is also set to walk-on at OSU this year.

The Razorbacks are getting a speedster. Stephens ran a self-reported 4.38 and 4.27 in Stillwater last summer in the Sherman E. Smith Training Center with OSU offensive coordinator Kasey Dunn in attendance.

Stephens is the No. 530 player in the 2021 class and the No. 11 player from Oklahoma. He would’ve been the seventh in-state player to commit to OSU in the cycle, but instead he becomes to sixth Oklahoman to commit to Arkansas in 2021.

Missing out on Stephens isn’t all doom for OSU. The Cowboys have four committed DBs in the cycle, and can still hit on some other in-state talent.

OSU still has offers out to Del City linebackers Rejhan Tatum and Donovan Stephens.

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