Tulsa area quarterback Peyton Thomson, a 6-2, 190 pound pro-style high school senior, committed to Oklahoma State on Tuesday afternoon.
Thompson is a three-star pro-style prospect who played at Oklahoma powerhouse Union. He chose the Cowboys over offers from Abilene Christian, Columbia and Eastern Michigan. He’s expected to be a preferred walk-on.
Thompson is an excellent take for OSU with a track record for producing at a high level similar to Nyc Burns’ commitment to OSU back in 2016. Thompson led the Redskins to a state championship two seasons ago with OSU receiver C.J. Moore as his primary target.
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Thompson is the second QB for OSU in the 2019 class joining early enrollee Brendon Costello, a San Clemente, Calif. star.