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OSU Makes Final Six for 2021 Safety Recruit Jeffrey Bassa

OSU is in the final mix for an intriguing DB from SLC.



Oklahoma State has made the final cut for an intriguing DB prospect from Pac-12 country.

Three-star 2021 safety Jeffrey Bassa tweeted out a video naming his list of final schools and OSU was one of the six. The remaining active suitors are in-state Utah, fellow Pac-12 schools Oregon and Arizona State to go along with Baylor and Louisville.

Bassa spoke with PFB earlier this year (PFB+) after his junior day visit to Stillwater and called the facilities “amazing.”

“I got a chance to tour all the facilities and then also got a chance to talk to some teachers about classes,” he told us. “I loved the facilities.”

At 6-2 and 200 pounds, the Kearns High School (Salt Lake City, Utah) product is on pace to show up ready to compete for reps next year. He’s also a track star that finished first in both the 100 and 200 meters races in his district last season. At the Nike Opening last year he logged a 34.6-inch vertical leap and a 4.5-second shuttle drill.

Even though he’s listed as an athlete and played both outside linebacker and safety, OSU is recruiting Bassa as a DB. With his size and athleticism, he’s got the potential to be an eventual replacement for Kolby Harvell-Peel.

The Cowboys have 11 commits for the 2021 cycle but just one safety, three-star in-state DB Ty Williams.

Take a peek at Bassa’s junior season highlights.

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