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Early Signing Day 2017: Oklahoma State Football

Early Signing Day 2017: Oklahoma State Football

Below is a list of all players who have sent their letter of intent to Oklahoma State for the inaugural early signing period.

(Note: players are listed in order of announcement)

  • Spencer Sanders, QB, 6-2, 190, Denton (Ryan), Texas – Committed to OSU on Oct. 1, 2016 and Visited Officially on Oct. 14, 2017
    • Four-year starter at Ryan that has led his team 5-5 record as a freshman, to the quarterfinals (13-1) as a sophomore, to the semifinals (14-1) as a junior, and now to the as a senior back to the semifinals where Ryan finished with a 14-1 record. All told, Sanders career record in high school as a starting quarterback is 44-4; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 4-star, National Rank-162, Position Rank-9, Texas Rank-16 Football Honors: 2017 Texas Gatorade Player of the Year, Texas Football Recruiting Top QB in Texas and All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Football All-Super Team, Texas Football Says: “The Oklahoma State commit might be the best quarterback in the state. He has great understanding of an offense, gets the ball out on time, and can hurt defenses with his arm and legs. Sanders is a pass-first quarterback, but that doesn’t mean he can’t run.” 2016 AP Texas 1st-Team All-State Class 5A, 2016 TSWA Honorable Mention Texas All-State 5A, 2016 District Most Valuable Player Class 5A-5; Physical Measurables: 40 time-4.6, Bench Press Max-285 pounds… Other Information: His mother has family in Oklahoma in the Kingfisher area.   
  • Gabriel Lemons, CB, 6-2, 175, Coppell, Texas – Committed to OSU on June 13, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 15, 2017                         
    • Has started the past two season on varsity on offense and this last season played some both ways. As a senior he had 24 receptions for 377-yards and five touchdowns and on defense had 77 tackles, 53 unassisted tackles, four tackles for loss, eight passes defended, and a fumble caused. As a junior he caught 43 passes for 616-yards and seven touchdowns. On defense he had just one tackle and one interception that he returned 100-yards for a touchdown; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-NA, Position Rank-129, Texas Rank-238; Football Honors: 2017 Class 6A-9 1st-Team All-District; Physical Measurables: 40-time – 4.52, Vertical – 36”, Bench Press Max – 245 lbs.; Other Information: His dad, Devin, coaches him in football and is also his jump coach in track. Gabe does the triple jump and long jump as well as 4×100, 4×200, and 4×400 relays. Devin Lemons played at Texas Tech and with the Washington Redskins in the NFL.
  • Jacob Farrell, OT, 6-6, 285, Sulphur, Oklahoma – Committed to OSU on June 15, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 8, 2017                
    • Four-year starter on offense and three-year starter on defense; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-693, Position Rank-55, Oklahoma Rank-12; Football Honors: 2017 All-Vype Class 3A, 2017 Class 3A-District 4 Lineman of the Year, Oklahoman Super 30 (14th) ,Vype Oklahoma Top 100; Vype Oklahoma Pigskin Preview Says: “The stock on Jacob Farrell has been climbing since his junior season came to an end. The two-way lineman has caught the eye of several schools including Oklahoma State, Tulsa, Kansas State, Kansas, Texas Tech, and TCU. His length, power, and speed in the box is why he is one of the more difficult defenders to stop and why he’s capable of stopping opposing pass rushers and defenders.” Physical Measurables: 40 time – 5.0, Vertical – 26”, Bench Press Max – 375 lbs.
  • Jake Ross, CW, 6-7, 243, NEO A&M J.C./Coweta, Oklahoma – Committed to OSU on Sept. 14, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 15, 2017            
    • After primarily being a basketball player in high school with just one year of football he went to NEO A&M and played football. His freshman season he caught three passes for 65-yards. This season he only played six games and only four healthy because of a shoulder injury and caught just two passes for 23-yards, but his lone touchdown was a game winner. 247Sports Recruiting Information: National (JC) Rank-109, Position (JC) Rank-6, State (JC) Rank-2; Football Honors: NA; Physical Measurables: 40-time 4.8, Bench Press Max – 310 lbs, Squat Max – 420 lbs.; Other Information: Has only played football for three seasons and was a college basketball recruit from his high school athletic days at Coweta. He will be a mid-year enrollee at Oklahoma State.
  • Braden Cassity, DE, 6-2, 240, Austin (Westlake), Texas – Committed to OSU on Dec. 19, 2017 and Will Visit Officially on Jan. 19, 2018                  
    • He has been a starter the last two seasons for Westlake and played some as a sophomore on varsity. He helped Westlake to the semifinals in Class 6A-II this season and a 14-1 record with 101 tackles, 71 of those unassisted. He had 11 sacks, 15 tackles for loss, and an interception. As a junior he had 56 total tackles with 44 of those unassisted. He had eight tackles for loss and four sacks. He also had an interception, a fumble caused, and a fumble recovered; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-1596, Position Rank-85, Texas Rank-33; Football Honors: Texas Football Recruiting-22nd Best DL in Texas and All-Subway Team, Preseason Top 300, Texas Football Says: “Cassity was a major contribute for the Westlake defense and it earned him more than 10 offers from across the country. He’s athletic enough to stand up and play outside linebacker, but his real future is at defensive end, once he adds weight, Cassity will be a tough block for offensive linemen.” 2016 1st-Team All-District Class 6A-25; Physicale Measurables: 40 time – 4.83, Vertical – 35”, Bench Press Max – 340 lbs., Squat Max – 430 lbs.; Other Information: Cassity is the son of former Oklahoma State defensive coordinator (1999-2000) and longtime college football coach Mike Cassity. He has a really good football IQ.
  • Tanner McCalister, CB, 6-0, 182, Rockwall (Heath), Texas – Committed to OSU on Dec. 13, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 15, 2017           
    • Football Information: He has played four-years on varsity at Heath as his freshman season (2014) he made 13 tackles and rushed for 199-yards and two touchdowns on 40 carries. His senior season this year he was used exclusively on offense and carried 194 times for 1,289-yards with 15 touchdowns. His junior season he had 50 tackles, three tackles for loss, a pass defended, three fumbles caused, two fumbles recovered, and an interception. On offense he carried 82 times for 650-yards and eight touchdowns. As a sophomore he made 18 tackles, had a fumble caused and an interception. On offense he had 77 attempts for 300-yards and five touchdowns. He also caught eight passes for 112-yards and a touchdown; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-749, Position Rank-70, Texas Rank-95; Football Honors: Texas Football Recruiting Issue 26th Best DB in Texas, All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Top 300, Texas Football Says: “McCalister is a physical cornerback who understands the position well for a player his age. He isn’t over eager in coverage, allowing wide receivers to come to him before making a play on the football. He’s a willing tackler and solid in man coverage and in zone. He could play safety in college.” 2016 1st-Team All-District Class 6A-11; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.45, Bench Press Max – 305 lbs., Squat Max – 425 lbs.; Other Information: Changed his commitment after being committed earlier to Arkansas.
  • Tyler Lacy, DE, 6-4, 239, Sachse, Texas – Committed to OSU on April 30, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 15, 2017  
    • Lacy has started at defensive end for Sachse two seasons. As a senior he finished with 60 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, six sacks, eight hurries, and had two fumbles causes and two recovered. His junior season he had 34 total tackles with six tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, four hurries, and a fumble caused; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-788, Position Rank-33, Texas Rank-103; Football Honors: 2017 Class 6A-10 1st-Team All-District, Texas Football Recruiting 27th Ranked DL in Texas, All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Top 300, Texas Football Says: “Lacy is another Sachse senior headed to play major college football. He’s a strong defensive end who is fantastic at the point of attack against the run. He takes on blocks well and uses his hands to shed offensive linemen and get to the ball. He’s a quality pass rusher.” 2016 2nd-Team All-District Class 6A-10; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.86, Vertical – 27.3”; Other Information: Lacy has a sister that is a junior at Oklahoma State and is working with the athletic department in nutrition.
  • Jarrick Bernard, Saf, 6-1, 195, Shreveport (Evangel Christian), La. – Committed to OSU on June 3, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 8, 2017    
    • He has started most of three seasons at powerhouse Evangel Christian and made a huge splash his sophomore season with 38 tackles, 28 unassisted tackles, three interceptions, a fumble caused, and two fumbles recovered; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-NA, Position Rank-91, Louisiana Rank-48; National Rank- Position Rank-Football Honors: NA; Physical Measurables: NA; Other Information: He loves animals and his favorite is the tiger. His plan is to be a pre-veterinary major at Oklahoma State. He also runs track, mainly relays, 400 meters, and high jump.
  • Kanion Williams, Saf, 6-0, 175, Dallas (South Oak Cliff), Texas – Committed to OSU on May 19, 2017 and Officially Visited on Dec. 8, 2017       
    • A three-year varsity player that has started for the past two seasons. As a senior he had 32 tackles, 24 of those unassisted. He also has three tackles for loss and four passes defended. He had 62 tackles as a junior and three tackles for losses. He has three interceptions and returned one for a touchdown and had a punt return for a touchdown; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-895, Position Rank-68, Texas Rank-121; Football Honors: 2017 Class 6A-11 1st-Team All-District, Texas Football Recruiting Issue 14th Best DB in Texas and All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Top 300, Texas Football Says: “The Oklahoma State commit can run with nearly any safety in the state. He’s an athletic player with a hard-nosed personality on the football field. Williams is always around the football and can turn interceptions into big plays because of his experience as a returner in high school.” 2016 1st-Team All-District Class 5A-11; Physical Measurables: 40-time 4.4; Other Information: He also runs track, running all the sprints.
  • Hunter Anthony, OT, 6-7, 320, Tuttle, Oklahoma – Committed to OSU on March 2, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 8, 2017
    • Three-year starter; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-949, Position Rank-83, Oklahoma Rank-16; Football Honors: 2017 All-Vype Class 4A, 2017 Class 4A-District 2 Offensive Lineman of the Year, Oklahoman Super 30 (16th), 2016 3rd-Team All-State (Oklahoman), 1st-Team All-Little City (Oklahoman), Oklahoma Top 100 (Vype); Vype Oklahoma Pigskin Preview Says: “A two-time Vype Top 100 selection Hunter Anthony has enjoyed a fun ride in recruiting, but before his final season at Tuttle he decided to make it known his intentions are to play for the Cowboys at Oklahoma State. Anthony will certainly be a welcomed addition to the Cowboys roster.” Physical Measurables: 40 time – 6.5, Vertical – 18.3”, Bench Press Max – 320 lbs. Squat Max – 410 lbs.; Other Information: Anthony’s older brother Chandler is an offensive lineman at North Texas and Anthony has wanted to play for OSU OL Coach Josh Henson since meeting him at a camp when Henson was at Missouri. Henson has recruited him while at Missouri, briefly at Arizona State, and Oklahoma State.
  • C.J. Moore, WR, 6-5, 182, Tulsa (Union), Oklahoma – Committed to OSU on May 1, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 15, 2017     
    • A two-year starter at powerhouse Tulsa Union and he played a lot as a sophomore. His junior season he helped lead Union to state championship in Class 6A-1 and caught seven passes for 85-yards and three touchdowns in the State Championship Game against Norman North. He came back this season with five huge catches in a losing effort to Owasso in the State Championship Game. He caught 27 passes for 526-yards and 13 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2015. His junior season in 2016 he caught 45 passes for 654-yards and 13 touchdowns. In his senior season he caught 46 passes for 734-yards and 12 touchdowns, He was recruited by the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Louisville, Ohio State, Oregon, TCU, Texas and Texas A&M; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 4-Star, National Rank-135, Position Rank-25, Oklahoma Rank-4; Football Honors: 2017 All-Vype 6A-1, 2017 All-District 6A-1 District 2, Oklahoman Super 30 (3rd), 2016 1st-Team All-State (Tulsa World), All-State Honorable Mention (Oklahoman), 1st-Team All-Metro (Tulsa World), Vype Oklahoma Top 100; Vype Oklahoma Pigskin Preview Says: “C.J. Moore is your prototypical wide receiver from Union. His length and speed are extremely difficult for most defensive backs to deal with. Last season Moore was one of the go-to players for the Redskins helping the program to another Class 6A-1 state title.” Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.5, Vertical – 33”; Other Information: He grew up an Oklahoma State fan and never wavered despite all of the recruiting attention.
  • Blake Barron, LB, 6-0, 225, Rockwall, Texas – Committed to OSU on Jan. 30, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 8, 2017      
    • He has started for two seasons and played varsity for three seasons at Rockwall. As a senior, he had 104 total tackles with 74 unassisted and five sacks. His junior season he finished with 88 tackles, 57 of those unassisted. His sophomore season he had 25 tackles, 12 solo stops and a fumble recovery; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-NA, Position Rank-36, Texas Rank-149; Football Honors: Texas Football Recruiting 22nd Best LB in Texas, Texas Football 3rd-Team All-Super Team, All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Top 300, Texas Football Says: “Barron can go sideline-to-sideline from his inside linebacker position. He’s an excellent tackler with athleticism and a nose for the football. A 3-star prospect committed to Oklahoma State. Barron is strong at the point of attack and never gives up on a play, He’s a hard-nosed defender with strength.” 2016 Class 6A-11 2nd-Team All-District; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.69, Bench Press Max – 320 lbs., Squat Max – 505 lbs., Clean Max – 290 lbs.; Other Information: He was the second overall commitment in the class and he will be one of the first arrivals as he is a mid-year enrollee.
  • Hunter Woodard, OL, 6-5, 296, Tuscola, Illinois – Committed to OSU on April 18, 2017 and Officially Visited on Dec. 8, 2017  
    • Woodard has played Varsity and started for four-years at Tuscola and they have been a really good four years with back-to-back one-loss seasons, 14-1 as a senior and 13-1 as a junior. The lone loss this past season was in the state championship game and the one loss as a junior came in the state semifinal. 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-841, Position Rank-65, Illinois Rank-15; Football Honors: 2017 1st-Team All-State News-Gazette (Champaign) 2017 1st-Team All-League, 2016 1st-Team All-State News Gazette (Champaign), 2016 1st-Team All-League, 2015 1st-Team All-League; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 5.2, Vertical – 28”, Powerball – 41’, Bench Press Max – 420 lbs.; Other Information: Woodard also throws the shot and the discus in the spring offers to Oklahoma State
  • JayVeon Cardwell, CB, 6-0, 174, Cibolo (Steele), Texas – Committed to OSU on June 26, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 15, 2017  
    • Cardwell has been a two-year starter at cornerback for powerhouse Steele. This past season he had 41 tackles, two tackles for loss, seven passes broken up, and three interceptions. Teams avoided him most as a senior because as a junior he had seven interceptions and six pass break-ups with 54 total tackles, three tackles for loss, three fumble recoveries, and one pick returned for a touchdown; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-543, Position Rank-48, Texas Rank-75; Football Honors: Texas Football Recruiting-8th Best DB in Texas and All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Top 300, Texas Football Says: “Cibolo Steele always produces a strong defensive unit and it’s mostly because of the amount of talent inside the program. Cardwell is one of those mainstays who offer a rare blend of raw athleticism and football IQ. The Oklahoma State commit is a playmaking, physical cornerback.” 2016 TSWA 2nd-Team Class-6A All-State, 2016 AP Honorable Mention Class 6A All-State, 2016 1st-Team All-District Class 6A-27; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.44, 100 meters – 10.9, Vertical – 38”, Bench Press Max – 280 lbs.; Other Information: Cardwell played basketball through his sophomore season at Steele and is a teammate of former Cowboy Jordan Sterns younger brother Caden.
  • Mike Scott, DE, 6-5, 240, Trinity Valley C.C./SMU/Irving (Nimitz), Texas – Committed to OSU on Oct. 26, 2017 and Officially Visited on Dec. 15, 2017     
    • He was a standout in high school at Nimitz and was recruited along with his brother to SMU. Never played at SMU and moved on to Trinity Valley where he had 26 total tackles this season, 18 unassisted, 2.6 tackles for loss and four sacks. He also forced a fumble. 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National (JC) Rank-44, Position (JC) Rank-4, State (JC) Rank-4; Football Honors: NA; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.85, Bench Press Max – 320 lbs., Squat Max – 440 lbs.; Other Information: Has a brother that still plays at SMU
  • Kolby Peel, Star LB, 6-0, 209, College Station (A&M Consolidated), Texas – Committed to OSU on May 4, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 15, 2017   
    • A three-year starter at A&M Consolidated and this season he played some on both sides of the football. He had 61 tackles on defense, 38 unassisted, a tackle for loss, an interception, a fumble caused and three fumbles recovered. On offense he rushed twice for 41-yards and had four receptions for 102-yards and three touchdowns. As a junior he made 79 tackles, five tackles for loss, and a fumble caused, a fumble recovery and two interceptions. His sophomore season he finished with 85 tackles, five tackles for loss, and four interceptions; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-913, Position Rank-70, Texas Rank-123; Football Honors: 2016 Honorable Mention AP Texas Class-5A All-State, 2016 Honorable Mention TSWA Texas Class-5A All-State, 2016 1st-Team Class 5A-18 All-District, 2015 2nd-Team Class 5A-18 All-District; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.8, Vertical – 33.2”, Powerball – 33’
  • Jason Taylor II, Saf, 6-1, 175, Midwest City (Carl Albert), Oklahoma – Committed to OSU on Aug. 5, 2017 and Officially Visited on Dec. 15. 2017
    • Two-way standout that has started dating back to his sophomore season and he played some varsity as a freshman. His senior season playing for a repeat Class 5A State Champion he had 42 receptions for 799-yards and 10 touchdowns and on defense had 48 tackles and an almost unheard of nine interceptions. You might as well add it as he will be a 1st-Team All-State player this year with every source, Oklahoman, Tulsa World, and Oklahoma Coaches Association. As a junior he had 72 tackles on defense and four interceptions. On offense he caught 37 passes for 674-yards and 10 touchdowns; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-766, Position Rank-57, Oklahoma Rank-13; Football Honors: 2017 All-Vype Class 5A, 2017 Class 5A-District 2 Player of the Year, Oklahoman Super 30 (13th), 2016 1st-Team All-State (Oklahoman), 2016 All-State Honorable Mention (Tulsa World), 2016 1st-Team All-Big City (Oklahoman), Vype Oklahoma Top 100; Vype Oklahoma Pigskin Preview Says: “The highly recruited Taylor is sitting on offers from Tulsa, Oklahoma State, Air Force, SMU, North Texas, ULM, Wyoming, and Ohio. His production on both sides of the ball is impressive with 674-yards on 37 receptions and 72 tackles with one sack and four interceptions on defense (junior season). He also accounted for 10 touchdowns.” Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.5; Other Information: He also plays basketball at Carl Albert.
  • Bryce Bray, OG, 6-5, 309, Bixby, Oklahoma – Committed to OSU on April 15, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 8, 2017  
    • Three-year starter on the offensive line for Bixby and he was part of three Class 6A-2 state championship and a runner-up for state his senior season; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-597, Position Rank-25, Oklahoma Rank-9; Football Honors: 2017 All-Vype 6A-II, 6A-II District 2 Lineman of the Year, Oklahoman Super 30 (10th), 2016 2nd-Team All-State (Oklahoman), 1st-Team All-State (Tulsa World), 2016 1st-Team All-Metro (Tulsa World), 2016 6A-II District 2 1st-Team All-District, 2015 2nd-Team All-Metro (Tulsa World), 2015 6A-II District 2 1st-Team All-District, Vype Oklahoma Top 100; Vype Oklahoma Pigskin Preview Says: “Bryce Bray is one of the top offensive linemen in the state. Bray, an Oklahoma State commit, has helped the Spartans win multiple state titles and is looking for one more in his final season. Known for his strength in the trenches, Bray rarely gets beat and is technically sound on the edge. His quick feet, reach, and power are big reasons the Cowboys came calling.” Physical Measurables: 40 time – 5.58, Vertical – 28.1”, Powerball – 41’5”; Other Information: He was the Lineman MVP at the Nike Opening Dallas Regional in the spring of 2017. Bray is another recruit where the attraction to playing for Josh Henson was very strong in luring him past a lot of major offers to Oklahoma State.
  • Sean Michael Flanagan, Saf/WR, 6-2, 185, Charleston, Arkansas – Committed to OSU on Dec. 17, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 8, 2017         
    • Three-year starter playing both ways at Class 3A Charleston. He helped them to a 12-1 record as a senior carrying 37 times for 212-yards and six touchdowns, catching 41 passes for 826-yards and 12 touchdowns. On defense he had 70 tackles, one sack, and one interception. He returned two kickoffs for touchdowns (87, 86-yards). His junior season he had 21 carries for 186-yards rushing and seven touchdowns. He had 65 receptions for 1,121-yards and 17 touchdowns, while on defense he had 46 tackles, six passes defended and four interceptions. As a sophomore, he had 14 rushing attempts for 50-yards and three touchdowns with 66 receptions for 911-yards and 11 touchdowns. On defense he had 77 tackles with six passes defended and four interceptions; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-430, Position Rank-28, Arkansas Rank-3; Football Honors: 2017 Hooten’s Farm Bureau Insurance Arkansas Class 3A Offensive Player of the Year, 2017 All-State and All-Conference; 2017 1st-Team All-Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Division II, 2016 All-State and All-Conference, 2016 1st-Team All-Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Division II, 2015 Conference Newcomer of the Year; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.5, Vertical – 41.9”, Powerball – 38’, Bench Press Max – 280 lbs.; Other Information: Loves to fish and is an outdoorsman.
  • Jahmyl Jeter, RB, 6-0, 203, San Antonio (Brennan), Texas – Committed to OSU on Aug. 2, 2017 and Visited Officially on Dec. 8, 2017   
    • Jeter has been a four-year contributor to Brennan football as he rushed 72 times for 433-yards and nine touchdowns as a freshman in 2014. As a sophomore in 2015 he carried 113 times for 966-yards and 16 touchdowns. His junior year was awesome as he carried 194 times for 1,576-yards and 16 touchdowns. An injury shortened senior season left Jeter with 121 attempts for 1,033-yards and a consistent 16 touchdowns; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-789, Position Rank-42, Texas Rank-104; Football Honors: 2017 District Offensive MVP Class 6A-28, Texas Football Recruiting-5th Best RB in Texas and All-Subway Team, Preseason 3rd-Team All-Super Team, Texas Football Says: “Jeter is a one-cut running back who is a handful once he gets behind his shoulder pads and gains momentum. He’s a physical running back with enough speed to create big plays. The 3-star Oklahoma State commit excels near the goal line and on third down because of his physicality.” 2016 1st-Team All-District Class 6A-28; Physical Measurables: NA; Other Information: Also, a standout in basketball where he plays on the wing and average 9.4 points per game.
  • Jonathan Shepherd, WR, 6-4, 196, Kilgore, Texas – Committed to OSU on June 8, 2017 and Officially Visited on Dec. 15, 2017        
    • A three-year starter at Kilgore as a wide receiver. His stats don’t add up because Kilgore is a run first, roughly 80-85 percent of the time offense. However, seeing him in camps and combines his skill level as a receiver is comparable with all the other top wide receiver prospects and he has honed those blocking skills. 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-509, Position Rank-87, Texas Rank-68; Football Honors: Texas Football Recruiting 25th ranked WR in Texas, All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Football Top 300, Texas Football Says: “Shepherd is a long, physical receiver who picked up more than 10 offers before choosing Oklahoma State. His versatility allows him to fit perfectly into any system. He excels as a vertical threat and can use his size to create mismatches in coverage. Shepherd is also a willing blocker.” Physical Measurables: 40 time – 4.62, Vertical – 37.2”, Powerball – 36’5”; Other Information: He also plays basketball and runs track.
  • Tyreese Williams, OC, 6-3, 285, Houston (Cy-Ridge), Texas – Committed to OSU on May 2, 2017 and Officially Visited on Dec. 8, 2017     
    • Williams has been a three-year starter on the offensive line at Cy-Ridge; 247Sports Recruiting Information: 3-Star, National Rank-675, Position Rank-13, Texas Rank-88; Football Honors: 2017 1st-Team All-District Class 6A-17, Texas Football Recruiting Issue 27th Ranked OL in Texas, All-Subway Team, Preseason Texas Football Top 300, Texas Football Says: “Williams will play center in college and the 3-star is committed to Oklahoma State. He possesses a rare blend of size, athleticism, and power. He has a great punch at the point of attack and rarely loses the battle for leverage. Williams is also a good blocker at the second level.” 2016 AP Texas Honorable Mention All-State Class 6A, 2016 1st-Team All-District Class 6A-17; Physical Measurables: 40 time – 5.75, Vertical – 24.9”, Powerball – 34’5”; Other Information: He was the Lineman MVP of the Nike Opening Houston Regional in spring of 2017.

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