Jordan Brailford has official signed to play for Oklahoma State. The 4-Star Defensive End held offers from Baylor, Kansas State, Texas Tech, and Washington State.
Booker T. Washington switched to a 3-4 defense in the 2013 season, and Brailford fully embraced his new position as an outside linebacker with primary responsibility of rushing the passer and occasionally dropping back into coverage. In January, he participated in the 2014 Semper Fi All-American Bowl and turned in a great performance recording a sack in the first quarter while consistently getting pressure on the quarterback out of the backfield.
Here is what Scout has to say about Brailford.
An active defensive end who will make a lot of plays in the backfield and has good speed for tracking down ball carriers in the open field. As a junior, he lined up on the inside on many plays and showed that his quickness was too much for interior offensive linemen to account for, but he will strictly be an end prospect once he gets to college. He is strong and athletic. He plays hard and gets off the ball quickly.