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The Reload: Boomer Explains Fit With OSU, Cowboys Offer Three 2020 OL’s

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Oklahoma State offensive line coach Josh Henson has been busy. He and the coaching staff shipped out numerous offers this week to 2020 prospects, so let’s recap ’em all in The Reload.

But first, Cayden McFarland and Ruben Diaz of KJRH in Tulsa conducted an interview with four-star 2019 tight end pledge Grayson Boomer worth sharing.

Quick hitters from that …
  • Boomer says he’s taken a vocal approach to recruiting for OSU, shies away from claims that he may be more skilled than Dax. (!) “I want the best of the best [to play with],” Boomer said of his approach to being vocal.
  • “I’m a lifelong fan,” says Boomer. “Growing up, it’s always been Go Pokes .. It’s always where I wanted to go.”
  • “Perfect fit.”
  • Boomer said he loved Jarwin’s game — shout out to Matt Amilian!
  • He loves Breaking Bad. Important. Always important to recruit an athlete with good taste.
Three new offers

The first of the new offers in the 2020 class is a 6-foot-6, 280-pound prospect named Turner Corcoran out of Lawrence, Kansas. Corcoran has offers from Clemson, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Notre Dame and others, and is ranked as a top-100 recruit nationally in 2020.

6-foot-5 Reece Atteberry out of Aurora, Colorado is another of the newest round of offers. Atteberry is a four-star recruit and the third Eaglecrest offensive line prospect to receive an OSU offer, joining Jake Wiley and Barrett Miller.

The final — and perhaps most notable — of the latest offers is to 2020 guard Myles Murao of California powerhouse Mater Dei. Murao is a 6-3, 270-pounder ranked as a five-star. USC, Auburn, Colorado, Arizona State and Oregon, among others, have also offered him a scholarship.

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