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OSU Offers Scholarship to Rice DL Commit Armstrong Nnodim

OSU is after an already-committed DL in 2024.



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Oklahoma State made a big offer this week to a rising 2024 prospect in Armstrong Nnodim, potentially putting itself in position to steal away a defensive line recruit from Texas who has for months been committed to Rice.

Nnodim, who committed to the Owls in February, reported the OSU offer on Wednesday on the heels of a visit to Stillwater for OSU’s Down and Dirty Camp — a forum where linemen showcase their skills in front of the Cowboys coaching staff.

“I feel like I impressed the coaches,” Nnodim told GoPokes247. “After the camp, they pulled me aside and told me what was up. They told me they liked me and my mentality with how I play the game of football and my tactics.”

Nnodim — a highly rated three-star at 247Sports — remains for now committed to Rice, he tells 247Sports. But his recruiting coordinator at his high school indicated he has been working hard to get OSU’s attention, and Nnodim himself seemed to indicate that he may not be 100% settled on the Owls.

That comes as OSU has surged in his crystal ball in recent days with two expert analysts projecting Nnodim flipping from Rice to OSU. The 6-foot-2, 260-pound defensive lineman would fill a huge need for OSU in the 2024 class as the first DL commit of the cycle. As things stand, OSU has just seven commitments in the class and carries a national recruiting ranking of 47th.

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