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OSU Has Doled Out a Slew of New Offers for 2022 and 2023

Running through a long list of OSU offers from the last two weeks.



Oklahoma State did yeoman’s work inking the majority of its 2021 class in mid-December during the early signing period. But crootin never stops and OSU’s staff extended a ton of offers for the 2022 and beyond.

Let’s run through the roundup of the 2022 and 2023 prospects the Cowboys are keen on with a quick word on each.

Evan Stewart: Special

WR | Class of 2022 | Liberty HS (Frisco, Texas) | ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Four-star wideout Evan Stewart reported an Oklahoma State offer Dec. 16, adding to a list of now more than 30 schools — replete with blueblood powers — that would welcome his talents.

This track star is coming off a 913-yard, nine-touchdown season for Liberty High School (Frisco, Texas) and is the No. 6 wide receiver in the class, per 247 Sports.

Isaiah Sategna: Speed

WR | Class of 2022 | Fayetteville HS (Fayetteville, Ark.) | ⭐⭐⭐

Sategna tweeted out an OSU offer while the 2021 letters of intent were still coming. Other offers include in-state school Arkansas, Florida State, Oregon, USC and Penn State.

He is another two-sport athlete who runs track. Sategna’s mother was an Olympic sprinter for Jamaica, and his father is an assistant coach for the Razorbacks track and field team.

Kaden Helms: Big

WR | Class of 2022 | Bellevue West HS (Bellevue, NE) | ⭐⭐⭐

This athletic tight end is a giant among boys on film. At 6-foot-5 and 215 pounds (and counting), he could become a formidable outside weapon at wide receiver at the next level — and hopefully not the next #freak Cowboy back to total single-digit catches in a season.

Helms’ recruitment blew up over the past four months since his first offer came from in-state Nebraska on July 31. The Cowboys join Florida State, Minnesota and half the Big 12 as suitors looking to secure his services.

Jason Essex: Rangy

WR | Class of 2022 | Winnetonka HS (Kansas City, MO.) | ⭐⭐⭐

OSU is the latest to extend a scholarship to this rangy wideout, joining the likes of Iowa State, Kansas State, Ole Miss and Indiana.

Another big, athletic target that could turn into an exciting outside threat for the Pokes. Maybe the next Marcell Ateman?

Kip Lewis: A Gundy Classic

LB | Class of 2022 | Carthage HS (Carthage, Texas) | ⭐⭐⭐

An under-the-radar prospect with zero offers before he tweeted out the Oklahoma State announcement on Sunday, Lewis just earned a three-star rating, and Houston threw its hat in the ring later this week.

Edric Weldon: Intriguing

S | Class of 2022 | Hallandale HS (Florida)

On one hand, Weldon has yet to receive a class ranking, less than 12 months from his first opportunity to sign. On the other, he’s already garnered offers from the likes of Alabama, Florida, Florida State and Texas A&M, serial star chasers. Add OSU to the list this week.

To add even more intrigue — and possibly explain some of his high-end offers — the high school safety measures in at 6-foot-5 and 215 pounds. According to Weldon, he could play anywhere in the back end.

Here his is following his FSU offer.

“I’m a good player, keep up the good work and congrats on the offer,” Weldon told Noles 247. “They actually like me anywhere on the defense – safety, nickel, linebacker.”

Weldon has played all over the field as well for Hallandale High, including at cornerback where his size and athleticism are more than intriguing.

Jaray Bledsoe: Dynamic

DT | Class of 2022 | Bremond HS (Bremond, Texas)

An unusual position split for a two-way player, the 6-foot-4, 260-pound Bledsoe is Bremond’s second-leading rusher, but it looks like OSU is after his talents as a defender. In 2020, the DT racked up 104 tackles, 17 TFLs, two sacks, four forced fumbles and a safety. With the ball in his has hands he put up over 1,200 yards and 21 TDs.

Oklahoma State offered Bledsoe on Christmas Eve, less than a week after Baylor extended him his first scholarship. No star ranking as of yet, but expect that to change.

Avyonne Jones: Early

CB | Class of 2022 |Southlake Carroll HS (Southlake, Texas)

Oklahoma State is the latest school to target Avyonne Jones on an offer sheet that also consists of Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Northern Arizona and Rutgers.

The 5-11, 165-pound cover man is still flying way under the radar with no star rating, but he’s athletic and has faced stiff quarterback competition at Southlake Carroll (the stiffest of all in practice).

Carroll’s five-star QB, Quinn Ewers is the No. 1 prospect in the 2022 class, and Jones has been being trying to pick him off in practice on the reg. OSU likes to get in early on guys like this, and it might just pay off for the Pokes again.

Zay Robinson: Maybe not early enough

OT | Class of 2023 | Lamar HS (Arlington, Texas)

This 6-foot-6, 280-pound high school sophomore called his third offer from OSU “unexpected,” but it will not be his last.

OSU is definitely getting in early on the big-potential (operative word is big) prospect, but the Cowboys weren’t the first to come calling. Texas pulled the trigger first back in October and fellow in-state school Baylor followed in November.

Cayden Green: Strong

OT | Class of 2023 | Lee’s Summit North (Lees Summit, MO)

Charlie Dickie offered another 2023 tackle the same week he extended a scholly to Robinson. OSU joins Nebraska, Iowa State, Wisconsin, Missouri and others in search of Green’s talents.

Green is big enough and strong enough to bully defenders his age, and he’s only going to get bigger and stronger over the next two years.

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