Oklahoma State Offers 2019 QB Grant Tisdale

Written by Kyle Boone

Oklahoma State has extended an offer to its second quarterback named Grant in the 2019 class. On Friday, Allen quarterback Grant Tisdale joined Grant Gunnell in the fraternity of quarterback prospects for the 2019 signing class.

“Honored and blessed to say I have received an offer from my mother’s Alma Mater, Oklahoma State Univeristy!” Tisdale tweeted.

Two months ago, both Gunnell and Tisdale made visits to Stillwater on the same weekend.

Tisdale is a 6-foot-1 quarterback who is a dual-threat option compared to Gunnell, who is a more stand-and-sling prospect. Before the spring, he held offers from SMU, Texas Tech and Indiana State. But since the new year, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Utah, Oregon, Mississippi State and Houston have all joined his now lengthy offer sheet.

Tisdale is the third quarterback offer in the 2019 class for OSU joining the aforementioned Gunnell and Pinson Valley’s Bo Nix.

  • Mark

    Do we always offer three QBs? Just wondering

  • TeaTown Cowboy

    We need another dual threat QB. Not saying he’s gonna start but a guy who’s got wheels always adds another dimension and HS dual threat QBs, if not good enough for college QB, often can make the transition to another position. Like that it’s mom’s alma mater. Now got me wondering if he’s related to Wayman, William, Weldon, et al.