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OSU Becomes First Power Five Program to Offer Texas DB Raymond Gay

OSU is looking to convert this WR to play DB at the next level.



Oklahoma State became the first Power Five program to offer Class of 2021 athlete Raymond Gay a scholarship, Gay announced Wednesday on Twitter.

The 5-foot-10 recruit is a receiver/defensive back from Red Oak High School. Last season he played primarily as receiver but OSU officially offered him to join as a defensive back.

OSU joins the likes of Dartmouth, Illinois State, New Mexico, Houston Baptist and others to have offered him a scholarship. He’s one of at least eight offers at the position in the cycle, joining the likes of AJ Green and Deuce Harmon, who are four-star prospects still considering OSU in the class.

Gay doesn’t quite have the same recruiting hype as those two, but he looks the part on film. And by film I mean: shorts and no pads. On his Twitter account the last few weeks has been all sorts of football workouts showcasing his quick feet and good hands, the byproduct of a quarantine that has forced players to get creative to stay in shape.

As for the real tape from football season, it’s solid as well. He racked up 37 receptions, 772 yards receiving and 10 total scores for Red Oak playing inside and outside as a homerun threat. Averaging nearly 21 yards per reception is James Washington-like after-catch ability, so it’s easy to see why the staff fell in love.

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