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Tuttle Offensive Tackle Prospect Hunter Anthony Commits to OSU

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Josh Henson has reeled in his first recruit as the offensive line coach. 2018 offensive tackle prospect Hunter Anthony, a Tuttle (Oklahoma) recruit made his commitment on Thursday night. He announced an offer from OSU (which he called a dream offer) at 9:37 … and committed 7 minutes later on twitter.

“After talking to my family and friends and coaches I have decided to further my education and football career at Oklahoma State University,” Anthony said. “I couldn’t have reached this point in my life without great coaches, family and friends. I would also like to thank coach Henson and coach Gundy for this opportunity! Go Pokes!”

A 6-foot-5 lineman who stands at 295 pounds, according to 247sports, Anthony also held ofers from Kansas, Iowa State, Central Arkansas.

This is a huge pickup for Oklahoma State, who did not sign a high school offensive line in the 2017 class. Anthony has the upside to evolve into one of the top offensive line recruits in the 2018 class, and OSU was able to pluck him off before he became a nationally known commodity.

The issue with OSU, and specifically coach Adkins, was never about landing recruits. It was about hanging on to them until signing day. So while this is a massive land, Henson will be able to really prove his worth if Anthony inks with the Cowboys next February.

Here’s to hoping he does — especially if this was a dream opportunity for him like he said.

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