If there's one thing Oklahoma State seems to be good at, it's finding "diamond in the rough" prospects at wide-out. It appears one of those may not be much of a secret very long.
Oklahoma State offered Tyrell Shavers, a three-star junior wide receiver from Lewisville HS (Lewisville, TX) at the end of last month.
At a rangy 6-foot-6, 200 pounds, Shavers is an intriguing prospect. Oh yeah, he's apparently really fast, too.
Lewisville WR Tyrell Shavers checked in at 6-6 and ran a 4.38 laser-timed 40 pic.twitter.com/LTrvt06nM9— Ryan Brauninger (@R_Brauninger) March 13, 2016
He holds eight offers including Texas Tech, Iowa and Iowa State but expect that number to go up after a strong showing at The Opening camp in Dallas, TX today.
Tyrell Shavers reports a 4.38 and 4.41 40-yard dash at The Opening Regional in Dallas. pic.twitter.com/cLip4yvSP5— Greg Powers (@GPowersScout) March 13, 2016
Here's Shavers running through some drills.
Tyrell Shavers in agility drills. He'll be a name you hear more of. https://t.co/Oinrc0xmFo— EricInsideTexas (@EricNahlin) March 13, 2016
Tyrell Shavers moves pretty well for a big guy that runs sub 4.4. Hearing from Colorado and Oklahoma State ... https://t.co/0Eun1tpsHG— Taylor Hamm (@TaylorHamm247) March 13, 2016
The Cowboys are always looking for their next deep ball threat and Shavers may just be the guy.
Tyrell Shavers turning a ton of heads pic.twitter.com/yLTzHuEe5i— Ryan Brauninger (@R_Brauninger) March 13, 2016