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Weekend Recap: A Look at Which Recruits Visited OSU for Junior Day

Every big name on campus and new offers to sort through.

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Oklahoma State hosted dozens and dozens of recruits over the weekend for its junior day, and the turnout was great. Headlining the event was four-star running back Cam’Ron Valdez, four-star interior lineman Jaeden Roberts, and a host of other targets and potential targets.

What came out of the weekend was more of a get-to-know-you session: there haven’t been any commitments in the wake of the event, but underclassmen players did get a chance to tour facilities, meet with coaches and players, and get more familiarized with what life at OSU would be like.

There were also plenty of offers out the door, too. So let’s break it down first with new offers then run through a list of the notable names who made their way to town.

New offers (Class of 2021 unless otherwise specified)

Danny Stutsman, OLB: A 6-3, 187-pound outside backer from Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Stutsman is a rising star in the 2021 class. He’s not ranked but already has offers from Pitt, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and Kent State to go with his new OSU offer.

Morice Blackwell, OLB: 6-1, 190-pound linebacker from Arlington, Texas, Blackwell has already garnered Baylor, Texas Tech and SMU offers in the last few months. He was the district’s MVP — regardless of position — as a junior last season.

Kolbe Fields, OLB: OSU headed back to the Louisiana well with an offer to Fields, who hails from Archbishop Rummel in Metairie, Louisiana. He’s a 6-1, 205-pound linebacker. OSU is his first power five offer, but Nicholls State, South Alabama and Tulane have also offered.

Jackie Marshall, OLB: Another Louisiana star, Marshall is from East St. John and is up to half a dozen offers. The 2021 prospect is 6-2, 230 and looks the part of a player who’d play down in the box — a la Amen Ogbongbemiga.

Elijah Arroyo, TE: A tight end from Frisco, Texas, Arroyo’s got the size — 6-4, 210 — to fit just about any Div. I system. LSU, Miami, Houston and UConn are among his early offers already.

Tavien Woodworth, RB: A notable preferred walk-on offer, Woodworth is a 5-10, 180-pound running back from Fort Gibson and is a class of 2020 recruit. He could join OSU later this year and be on the 2020 roster.

Other visitors

– Jaeden Roberts, OL, 2021 🌟🌟🌟🌟

– Jeffrey Bassa, ATH, 2021 🌟🌟🌟

– Bryan Allen Jr., S, 2022 (NR)

– Talyn Shettron, WR, 2022 (NR)

– Andrew Mukumba, WR, 2021 🌟🌟🌟

– Stone Eby, DE, 2021 (NR)

– Deldrick Withers, DE, 2021 (NR)

– Bryce Stephens, WR, 2021 🌟🌟🌟

– Isaiah Nwokobia, S, 2021 🌟🌟🌟

– Andre Dollar, TE, 2022 (NR)

– Collin Oliver, LB, 2021 🌟🌟🌟

– Landon Hullaby, ATH, 2022 (NR)

– Beau Stephens, OL, 2021 🌟🌟🌟

– Erik Olsen, TE, 2021 (NR)

– David Abiara, DE, 2021🌟🌟🌟

 

 

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