Good news for one of Oklahoma State football’s most questionable positions.
According to Jake Trotter of ESPN, Clemson graduate-transfer cornerback Adrian Baker has named Oklahoma State in his final three schools.
Former Clemson cornerback and grad transfer Adrian Baker says he is down to three schools: UCF, Houston and Oklahoma State. Baker, who started three games for the Tigers in 2015 before suffering a torn ACL last year, has visited all three schools and plans to make a decision in May.
Baker made his official visit to Stillwater back on March 4th. Oklahoma State is reportedly the favorite to land the grad transfer.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound CB missed last season after tearing his ACL last March. In 2015, he started three games. In his 253 snaps he totaled 15 tackles and two interceptions.
Getting Baker would be huge for Oklahoma State. The cornerback position is easily the most concerning for the Cowboys in 2017, especially with the movement of Ramon Richards to safety.
If he were to land in Stillwater, Baker would surely take a starting position on the team. At the very least he would bring some much needed starting experience to an inexperienced Cowboy roster.
It will be a long wait for his decision in May.