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Oklahoma State Making Push for Colorado Commit Kamryn Farrar



Despite committing to Colorado back in March, three-star outside linebacker prospect Kamryn Farrar has been hearing from Oklahoma State’s coaching staff as they aim to make him a bigger priority as the cycle moves forward.

According to Rivals, their recent attention turned towards him could spell for a recruiting battle between two programs that have a history of duking it out for prospects.

“I’ve been listening to them,” said Farrar. “I like Oklahoma State. I think it’s going to be a fight down the stretch because I like their tradition and how they always have good players on the defensive side of the ball.”

Most recently, Oklahoma State fell victim to a last-minute poaching pluck from Colorado’s staff in the 2018 cycle in 2018 defensive tackle Israel Antwine, who flipped from OSU to Colorado days before signing day last December. OSU is looking to inflict a similar wound as payback in Farrar.

“Oklahoma State has been recruiting me hard,” Farrar told Rivals of the latest challenger to Colorado. “They’ve been about the only other school that’s come through and constantly communicated with me and watched me practice … They tell me that they like how I play the linebacker spot — or even nickel — that they like my cover skills.”

Oklahoma State has been on a hot streak in May, landing commitments from three 2019 prospects as its class surges inside the top-40 of the national rankings, but linebacker is still a position that needs addressed. As the spring turns to summer, Oklahoma State has zero linebacker commits incoming but Farrar could be a strong candidate along with Anfernee Orji and Shammond Cooper.

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