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Recruiting Roundup: OSU Makes Run of Offers at Linebacker, O-Line

An update on the latest news and notes on the crootin’ trail.

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Oklahoma State made a couple of new offers on the recruiting trail at wide receiver earlier this week. Then it continued with offers in bunches on Wednesday and Thursday, mostly to linebackers and offensive linemen. Here’s the latest news and offers from the recruiting landscape.


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Derrick Lewis, 2020 LB: Lewis is a 6-foot-1, 215 pound linebacker from Schertz, Texas. At the moment he’s unranked, but that might change soon with offers over the last month from OSU, Kansas, Houston Baptist, Incarnate Word and Colorado State to go along with Colorado State, Tulane and UNT offers. He’s listed as an inside linebacker, a position OSU holds one commitment from already in 2020 in Norman product Cole Thompson.

Edgerrin Cooper, 2020 LB: Cooper is from Covington, Louisiana — home of the fighting Jalen McCleskey’s. The 6-2, 195 pound outside linebacker prospect is ranked as a three-star and has offers from Mississippi State, Louisville, Louisiana Tech and a handful of others.

Jabar Triplett, 2020 LB: A 6-foot, 205 pound outside linebacker, Triplett hails from talent-rich University Lab in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. OSU is one of only three offers for him along with La. Tech and South Alabama.

Kam Dewberry, 2022 OT: Dewberry is a rising sophomore from Humble, Texas, who has already been discovered: Houston, Arkansas, Baylor, Georgia Tech and OSU are already in on him with offers. With a 6-foot-4, 294 pound frame, he’s bound to be a nationally known name soon.

Kelvin Banks, 2022 OT: OSU is the first to offer Banks, a 6-foot-4, 285 pound offensive tackle from Humble Texas and Summer Creek High School.

Alton McCaskill, 2021 RB: McCaskill is a 6-foot-1, 175 pound running back from Oak Ridge High School in Conroe, Texas, a supreme frame for a player who is still just a sophomore. Based off his tape and skills catching passes out of the backfield and ability to blow past players from anywhere on the field, I think he’ll be a name to know soon.

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