Ahh springtime in Oklahoma. Basketball season is over, baseball and softball are in full swing, the golf teams are good (like normal), and both tennis teams are in the top 10!
Football spring practice has started for the Cowboys, but that doesn’t mean recruiting season is over. Not by a long shot. Gundy and Co. have been busy in the past couple days, offering scholarships to a handful of recruits.
Reese Moore, a three-star TE out of Seminole, Texas, received his offer from OSU on Tuesday. The 6-5 265 pounder has offers from about half of the Big 12, along with a handful of other schools including Arkansas, Missouri, and Washington State. Moore was also named to the All-State 4A basketball team.
You can check out some of his Junior Highlights.
Rodney McGraw II is a 6-foot-2, 175-lb safety out of Missouri City, Texas. Oklahoma State offered him on Monday, and marks his first Power-5 conference offer.
In his junior year, McGraw accounted for 72 total tackles including two tackles for a loss and one sack. He also nabbed three interceptions.
Israel Mukuamu is a three-star safety from Parkway High School in Bossier City, Louisiana who OSU offered on Monday. The 6-4 187 pounder is the No. 1-ranked safety in the state of Louisiana. Mukuamu has offers from 11 programs including South Carolina and Clemson, however, OSU is the only Big 12 school on the list.
Check out his HUDL highlights.
Starrland Baldwin Jr. is a three-star cornerback out of Houston, Texas who OSU offered Tuesday. The 5-11 170 pound senior has offers from four other Big 12 schools, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa State, and TCU, and 13 offers total.
Last season he accounted for 46 total tackles including six tackles for a loss. He also grabbed three INTs and had a punt return for a touchdown.
Finally, Kanion Williams is a three-star safety out of Dallas. He measures up at 6-1 182 pounds. He has eight offers, but none of them are in the Big 12 other than OSU’s. After OSU offered him on Monday, four other schools offered him on Tuesday; Arizona State, Houston, Missouri, and Arkansas State.