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Oklahoma State Offers Four-Star Running Back Quinten Joyner

OSU is just his ninth D1 offer.

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Oklahoma State is in early on a highly touted ball carrier from the Lone Star State.

Quinten Joyner announced an Oklahoma State offer Monday morning. Joyner is the No. 190 player in the 2023 class, according to the composite rankings. That makes him the No. 12 running back in his class.

Who Is He?

Listed at 5-foot-10, 190 pounds, Joyner plays his high school ball at Manor High (Texas), which is northeast of Austin. As a junior this past season, Manor ran for 2,494 yards and 31 touchdowns. He also had 100 receiving yards and two scores. He was his district’s MVP, leading the Mustangs to a 10-3 record and a berth in the Texas 5A-D1 State Playoffs.

He is a speedster, running a 10.99 100-meter dash at the 2021 AAU Junior Olympic Games. For reference, former OSU running back Chuba Hubbard ran a 10.55 in the 100-meters at the 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships. Joyner also has a verified shotput of 45-8 feet, according to 247Sports.

Others Involved

Oklahoma State is Joyner’s ninth Division-I offer, joining Penn State, Pitt, Cincinnati, Indiana, Vanderbilt, SMU, Marshall and Rice.

In the Rankings

Joyner’s rankings are fairly consistent on 247Sports and Rivals. He is a four-star prospect on both services and in the Top 200 nationally in both.

Composite:
National — 190
Position — 12
State — 35

247Sports:
National — 189
Position — 8
State — 33

Rivals:
National — 191
Position — 10
State — 31

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