2017 5-star Trae Young:
The 6-foot-1 165-pound point guard from Norman, OK (Norman North) is the top rated prospect in the state Oklahoma and on Wednesday he announced his final 6 schools he will decide from. Young will decide between Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Washington, Kentucky and Kansas.
Convincing Young to stay home in Oklahoma and play for the Cowboys would be a huge win for new head coach Brad Underwood.
2017 4-star Tyler Polley:
Tyler Polley announced via Twitter that he received an offer from OSU on Wednesday morning. Polley is a 6-foot-7 190-pound forward from Fort Lauderdale, FL.
With offers from OSU, UCONN, and Georgia Tech in the past week, Polley seems to be grabbing the attention of coaches around the country.
2018 4-star Caden Sterns:
Does the name Sterns sound familiar? It should, Caden Sterns is the young brother of Oklahoma State senior safety Jordan Sterns. The younger Sterns will be in Stillwater on Thursday for a visit. The 6-foot-1 175-pound safety is the 5th ranked prospect in the state of Texas in the class of 2018.
Headed to Stillwater, OK— C.Sterns (@lil_STERNS2) July 28, 2016
You have to think OSU likes their chances of landing Caden for next year’s recruiting class, but with offers from 9 schools including LSU, OU and UCLA, it won’t be easy. You can see his hudl highlights from his freshman season at Midlothian HS in Midlothian, TX here:
2018 4-star Jordan Moore:
Yoakum, TX (Yoakum HS) ATH Jordan Moore reported an offer from Oklahoma State this morning.
Moore is a 5-foot-11 170-pound prospect who is listed as an athlete by 247Sports. Moore is the twin brother of Joshua Moore, a 4-star WR prospect that OSU offered a scholarship in May. Both of the Moore brothers have upwards of 20 division one offers.
You can see Jordan and Joshua Moore’s sophomore hudl highlights here:
2017 4-star Jeremiah Holloman:
Jeremiah Holloman, a four-star WR from Covington, GA (Newton HS) named OSU as one of his top 12 schools on Wednesday. OSU offered back in May. With a offer sheet of 40+ schools, Holloman certainly had slew of options of where to play football for the next 4 years.
Holloman’s crystal ball prediction on 247Sports has him as a heavy Georgia lean. You can see the 6-foot-2 192-pound play-maker’s hudl highlights here: