Oklahoma State Recruiting: 2015 DB Jaylon Lane commits to the Cowboys

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Mike Gundy and the Cowboys landed their fifth commitment of the 2015 recruiting class earlier today.

Three star defensive back Jaylon Lane, of Nacogdoches, Texas became the fifth class of 2015 prospect to accept a scholarship offer from Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State football program earlier this Mother's Day morning, joining quarterback John Kolar of Norman, Oklahoma and fellow Lone Star state recruits Johnny Wilson, Ronald Jones and Taaj Bakari as future Cowboys.

Announcing his decision on Twitter, Lane, a 6'2 170 pound corner, picked OSU over a long list of scholarship offers, that included Arkansas, Arizona State, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and quite a few more of the nations top football programs.

Over the last two seasons, Jaylon, the 30th cornerback, and 347th overall prospect in the 2015 class, according to the 247Composite Rankings, has accounted for nearly 100 tackles, and nine interceptions, while also being a threat on special teams.

Before you watch him in the Black and Orange, check out some of his high school highlights:

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