Oklahoma State has cobbled up 2020 in-state recruits to this point, and another one is on Mike Gundy’s radar.
Bixby’s Brennan Presley announced an OSU offer on his Twitter on Tuesday night. If he were to commit, he’d be the Cowboys’ seventh in-state pledge of the class.
— Brennan Presley (@bprezzle) June 26, 2019
247Sports ranked Presley as the 57th-ranked athlete in the country and Oklahoma’s No. 10 prospect in the 2020 class. OSU is the first Power Five school to offer him, but Presley also has offers from the likes of Memphis, Temple, Arkansas State, North Texas and a few other schools.
Presley’s Hudl page lists him as a wide receiver and corner, but his film also shows him lining up in the backfield as a running back and a wildcat quarterback on occasion.
Presley and Bixby lost only one game in 2018 en route to a 6A-II State Championship, winning in the final against the Gunnar Gundy-led Stillwater Pioneers. OSU has two former Bixby players on its roster in offensive lineman Bryce Bray and defensive lineman Brendon Evers. Presley’s classmate Jordan Reagan also committed to OSU earlier this month.
At 5-foot-8, 160 pounds, what Presley lacks in size, he makes up for with speed, solid field vision and overall athleticism.