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Offensive Recruiting Wish List



The Cowboys already have several commitments in the 2016 recruiting class on offense, but there is still plenty of work to be done to improve the group in order to be considered among the top-tier in the Big 12.

Fortunately, they have already secured an under-the-radar gem in quarterback Nick Starkel, who is now the centerpiece on offense to go along with running backs Justice Hill and speedster LaDarren Brown.

Here are three recruits OSU needs to target on offense to boost the recruiting class into the the upper echelon of the recruiting rankings.

Devin Duvernay – Wide Receiver

Duvernay is an elite wide receiver from Sachse, Texas with offers from 38 Div. I schools that include Baylor, Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and more. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound standout was recently clocked at a 4.38 40-yard dash in March, and he could be an instant impact for the Pokes next year. He would be a plug-and-play prospect in the slot, and he would likely challenge for return duties early.

Tramonda Moore – Offensive Tackle

Moore is a prospect who has exploded on the recruiting scene. After virtually no exposure his junior year, he has received offers from Oklahoma, OSU, Alabama and others this offseason. Moore stands at 6-foot-6, and 330 pounds, which would be tied for the biggest man on OSU’s roster with UAB transfer Victor Salako. Not many young prospects can contribute early as offensive lineman, but Moore could easily buck that trend in Stillwater.

Donte Coleman – Tight End

With the emergence of the Cowboy back position, recruiting a tight end will be critical to the development of the position past this season. Coleman is a 6-foot-4, 220 pounder from West Mesquite, Texas. New coach Jason McEndoo has a tall task at hand with Coleman, who is currently committed to Texas Tech. But when recruits see the product on the field and how the position is used, it should loosen things up as far as recruiting.

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