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Oklahoma State Offers Four-Star Tackle Earnest Greene

Greene has a long list of high-level offers.

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If the Cowboys are able to land this prospect, they would be off to a ridiculous start with their 2022 offensive linemen.

Earnest Greene announced an Oklahoma State offer Thursday. Greene is a 6-foot-4, 301-pound offensive tackle prospect from St. John Bosco in California. 247Sports lists Greene as the No. 19 player in all of the 2022 class and the No. 2 offensive tackle in the cycle.

OSU is the latest but far from the first program to offer Greene a scholarship. LSU, Ohio State, USC, Florida, Oklahoma, Georgia and others have already offered.

OSU already has one tackle committed in the 2022 class in four-star prospect Kelvin Banks. Adding Greene to that mix would project big things for the Cowboys’ future.

Greg Biggins, a national recruiting analyst for 247Sports, projects Greene as a future first-round pick despite Greene just having finished his sophomore year of high school.

Versatile lineman who could play just about anywhere along the offensive line. Plays right and left tackle and has the foot speed, lateral mobility and overall athleticism to stay at tackle in college. Also shows the strength, toughness and raw power at the point of attack to move inside and play guard as well. Plays with a mean streak and has the right amount of nastiness you love to see in an elite lineman. Plays through the whistle but under control and doesn’t take needless penalties. Can get to the second level and make a block on a linebacker or safety and equally strong as a pass blocker as he is a run blocker early in his career. Shows tremendous upside projects as a impact upper tier Power 5 starter and future high round NFL draft pick. [247Sports]

He is more that just a big body, as he delivers some nasty blocks when pulling and shows technique much better than your averaged sophomore.

It would be a tough get for the Pokes, but one that could be monumental in 2022.

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