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Three-Star Edge Rusher Temerrick Johnson Commits to Oklahoma State

OSU offered Johnson in May.



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After receiving an Oklahoma State offer in May, Temerrick Johnson wasted no time finding out Oklahoma State was the place for him.

Johnson, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound edge rusher from Texas, committed to Oklahoma State on Friday, picking the Pokes over offers from Nebraska, Utah, Minnesota, Cal, Kansas, Houston, BYU and others.

247Sports lists Johnson as a three-star prospect, ranking him as the No. 56 edge rusher in his class and the No. 124 player from Texas. He plays his high school ball at Midlothian Heritage. As a junior in 2022, Johnson recorded 33 tackles, seven tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks. Midlothian Heritage went 11-2 in 2022, making an appearance in the Texas 5A-D2 playoffs.

Johnson announced his Oklahoma State offer on May 9 and took an official visit to Stillwater this past weekend. Although Johnson is listed as an edge rusher, he could be used as more of an outside linebacker in Stillwater, as he has mentioned OSU linebackers coach Joe Bob Clements in his social media posts.

Johnson makes it a dozen OSU commits in the 2024 cycle. He becomes the Cowboys’ sixth commitment of the month of June, joining wide receiver Tre Griffith, safety David Kabongo, offensive lineman Chauncey Johnson, defensive lineman Armstrong Nnodim and linebacker Gunnar Wilson as prospects that have pledged to the Pokes this month.

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