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Oklahoma State Offers Broken Arrow Senior Offensive Lineman Jamison Mejia

Mejia’s recruitment has taken off over the past two months.

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It appears as if the Cowboys might not be done with their 2023 recruiting class.

Broken Arrow offensive lineman Jamison Mejia announced an Oklahoma State offer Monday. Listed at 6-foot-4, 275 pounds, Mejia is fresh off an official visit to Virginia. With his offer, Mejia announced he will be in Stillwater on Thursday. The regular signing period starts Feb. 1.

Mejia’s recruitment has picked up the past two months. Since the start of December, he has announced offers from OSU, Virginia, North Texas, Tulsa, South Dakota and USF. He also has offers from Tulane, Eastern Michigan, UL-Monroe, Navy and New Mexico State.

Mejia played left tackle for Broken Arrow as the Tigers made it to the second round of the 6A-I playoffs. He was a first-team All-State selection by The Oklahoman.

OSU has four high school offensive linemen committed in its 2023 class: JaKobe Sanders, Gage Stanaland, Jack Endean and Isaiah Kema. Kema is going on a religious mission before coming to Stillwater, however. OSU has also added to its O-line through the transfer portal, bringing in Texas State transfer Dalton Cooper and UNLV transfer Noah McKinney.

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