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Oklahoma State Flips Local Tight End Recruit

The Cowboys add a TE commit a day after losing one

National Signing Day is tomorrow, which means there will be a flurry of commitments and de-commitments between now and Wednesday night.

Case in point: on Sunday, 3-star tight End Tyler Henderson announced on Twitter that he was switching his commitment from Oklahoma State to Baylor.

Henderson committed to OSU back in November. Baylor made a (successful) late push offering him a scholarship on January 21st.

OSU didn’t have to wait long to find Henderson’s replacement.

On Monday, Wynnewood, OK Tight End Baron Odom announced his decision to de-commit from Rice and accept a scholarship offer from Mike Gundy and Co.

Odom, a 6-foot-5, 225 lb tight end, missed the first five games of the 2016 season due to an injury. He caught 15 passes for 396 yards and seven touchdowns in his final 10 games, and helped lead Wynnewood to the Class A State Championship Game.

Odom is rated as a 2-star prospect on 247sports. Scout also has him as a 2-star player, but ranked him the 25th best prospect in the state of Oklahoma last August.

Check out his highlights from Hudl to better familiarize yourself with the Cowboy’s new TE. And buckle up, because this likely won’t be the last commitment change between now and tomorrow night!