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Oklahoma State in Early on 2022 Defensive End Recruit Dylan Frazier

OSU offers a young defensive end with a strong pedigree.



The Cowboys are one of the first three offers for a defensive end prospect with a lot of upside.

Dylan Frazier announced an OSU offer this weekend. He is a 2022 strong-side defensive end out of McKinney North High School in McKinney, Texas. OSU joins Texas Tech and SMU as Division-I programs to offer him.

Having only finished his sophomore season, Frazier stands at a towering 6-foot-5 and is listed at 250 pounds. He had 40 tackles as a sophomore, 13 of which were for loss including 6.5 sacks.

To go along with his size, Frazier also has lang arms with a knack for batting down pass attempts. He was credited with seven pass breakups in 2019 and his ability to wrap ball carriers up also netted him three forced fumbles.

He was named his district’s newcomer of the year, and he is also a multisport athlete as an all-district basketball player.

Already a fairly intriguing prospect, there is evidence Frazier’s stock will only grow from here, as his older brother, Brandon, signed with Auburn in the 2020 cycle as a four-star tight end. Brandon chose Auburn over offers from Alabama, LSU, Baylor, Florida State, OSU, USC and others.

Tech offered the younger Frazier last summer. The SMU offer came in February and his OSU offer came Saturday.

Class of 2022 rankings are fairly incomplete this early into things, but 247Sports lists Frazier as the No. 21 strong-side DE in the cycle and the No. 58 player from Texas.

The Cowboys already have two commitments in the 2022 class: Kelvin Banks (OT) and De’Kelvion Beamon (S). Frazier is the fifth defensive end OSU has offered and just the second listed as a strong-side player.


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