Oklahoma State is eyeing a junior college running back as a potential take for one of its now-vacated running back spots for 2019, but it remains high on senior prospect Deondrick Glass out of Katy, Texas.
Nevermind that he says Alabama is his current favorite, OSU is still working hard for him.
Still, Glass, at the very least, is playing very hard to get. After taking an official to Tuscaloosa last month, he picked up a Miami offer and is already planning a trip to the Sunshine State to see what the ‘Canes have to offer, according to Rivals.com. He’ll visit the weekend of Dec. 14.
As for OSU, they remain in the picture — and are expected to visit him soon.
“Those are main four in my picture,” he said of Bama, OSU, Miami and Ohio State. “Alabama and Oklahoma State are supposed to come down and see me in the upcoming week as well.” [Rivals]
Alabama is almost certainly not going to take Glass considering it is the favorite for another prospect who is rated as a top-10 national talent, but they remain an X-factor in all of this. As does Miami after entering the picture late.
Glass’s recruitment is far from over. I think he lands at OSU, but he seems to have no idea where he wants to go.
OSU Visits Top-100 Talent
This headline pretty much is a daily event, but still noteworthy nonetheless!
According to Corey Evans of Rivals.com, assistants from OSU were on hand Thursday to pay a visit to top-100 talent Henry Coleman out of Trinity Episcopal in Richmond, Virginia. Coleman is a 6-6, 190 pound forward ranked as the No. 67 player in the 247Sports composite.
Kevin Keatts & Buzz Williams along with assistants from Virginia & OK State on hand for top-50 junior Henry Coleman https://t.co/xZfljqOf5O
— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) December 6, 2018
Coleman last visited OSU back in October for an unofficial visit. In addition to an OSU offer, Kansas, LSU, Maryland have also extended opportunities his way. He’s a rising star at his position and his talents will be in high demand for 2020.
OL picks up offer
Oklahoma State became the first Big 12 program to extend an offer to 2020 offensive tackle prospect Javion Cohen on Thursday. Cohen is a three-star prospect from Phenix City, Alabama.
Standing at 6-5, 275, Cohen’s talents have also commanded offers from UAB, Alabama A&M, Troy, Virginia, Western Kentucky and Wake Forest.
Blessed to receive an offer from Oklahoma State University 🤠⚫🔸️ pic.twitter.com/pxzRmBYDfo
— Javion Cohen (@thejavioncohen) December 6, 2018
Cohen is one of a handful of offers already out the door for OSU in 2020 along the offensive front. The Cowboys already have one offensive line commit from 2020 in-state four-star Eli Russ.