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OSU Recruiting: 2020 O-Lineman Trent Pullen Commits Following Weekend Visit

Pullen is the sixth commitment for OSU in the 2019 class.



Oklahoma State’s weekend recruiting blowout that saw dozens of prospects file in to Stillwater for the spring scrimmage appears to have netted at least one commitment.

Three-star offensive line recruit Trent Pullen, one of the many who made their way to OSU over the weekend, announced that he has committed to OSU.

“I AM COMMITTED,” he said on Twitter. “To all the schools that saw my talent and gave me an amazing opportunity to play football, I am always grateful to you! In the end you can only choose one school. I am proud to say I am an OSU COWBOY! Thank you Coach Dickey and Coach Gundy for picking me because I pick you too!”

Pullen is a 6-2.5, 275-pound offensive guard from Waco, Texas, who is entering his senior year at Connally High School. He picked OSU over offers from Arkansas, Colorado, Baylor and many others.

This should help OSU with another target in 2020 as well. Pullen made the trip with teammate Korie Black, a 2020 cornerback who OSU offered in 2017, this past weekend. Black is a highly touted prospect whom OSU has stayed in pursuit of, and a packaged deal could be possible.

As for OSU’s pursuit of Pullen, it came fast and furious. He was one of the first new offers for Charlie Dickey when he was hired at OSU back in February, and Dickey stayed after him. Dickey had developed a relationship with Pullen long ago when he coached at K-State — Dickey offered him in early 2018 — and it appears the relationship forged between the two was a win for OSU in the end.

Pullen is the sixth prospect to commit to OSU in the 2020 recruiting class and the second offensive lineman, joining four-star prospect and Ardmore standout Eli Russ.

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