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The Reload: OSU Offers Cedar Hill Tailback, Tight End Prospect and Lancaster Defensive Back

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The Reload is PFB’s recruiting recap, catching you up to speed on the latest news surrounding Oklahoma State and recruiting, with an ear to the ground for what to expect in the future.


2018 tight end prospect from Illinois picks up OSU offer

Oklahoma State has extended an offer to rising junior tight end prospect Luke Ford, a current unranked — and 6-foot-7! — prospect from Carterville, Illinois.

Ford also has offers from Arkansas and Southern Illinois.

As a high school wide receiver/linebacker/tight end, Ford is an underrated prospect whom Oklahoma State likes at the tight end position. He’s just so tall, it’s almost awkwardly hilarious how dominant he is over other high school competition.

2020 Lancaster (TX) defensive back offered

It’s never too early, apparently, to get involved with recruits. Oklahoma State pulled the trigger on 2020 (freshman) Lancaster defensive back Lorando Johnson — his first Division I offer.

Another 2020 offer — this one to a tailback

I’m all about early offers out of the OSU staff. It shows a proactiveness and diligence in the coach catching film on prospects and a willingness to give a player a chance he didn’t have before. The second “first” offer went out this week to 2020 running back prospect Quinshone Bright from Cedar Hill, Texas.

https://twitter.com/QuinBright3/status/824377812442300429

Being from Cedar Hill, Bright is up against some of the top high school competition not only in Texas, but the entire country. This is an offer I love, and one that will make Gundy look smart in the coming months.

2019 hoops target decommits from Baylor

Brad Underwood is still filling out his 2017 recruiting class, but he’s already made offers all the way out to 2020. And one offer to a 2019 target, Jordyn Adams, was denied quickly after he committed to Baylor. But he announced this week that he was committing from the program and re-opening his recruitment.

Adams, a 6-foot-2 recruit from Silsbee, Texas, also has an offer from TCU and is listed as a highly-rated three-star prospect.

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