Coach Josh Henson is making this whole recruiting business look easy.
For the second time in three days, OSU has nabbed a 2018 player for the offensive line. Hunter Woodard of Tuscola, Illinois has just announced he was committing to the Cowboys via twitter:
The 6-foot-5, 296-lb. tackle chose the Cowboys over offers from seven other schools including Illinois, Syracuse, and Ball State.
Woodard played offensive and defensive tackle in high school, but after being recruited by coach Henson, it looks like Woodard will be staying on the offensive side of the ball. As a defensive tackle, he has a career 114 tackles, 53 tackle assists, 13 sacks and 2 blocked punts.
Woodard makes the third offensive lineman to commit to Oklahoma State for 2018 joining Bryce Bray and Hunter Anthony. After not signing a single OL out of high school this year, it looks like the coaching switch to Josh Henson is working.
Here are some of Woodard’s highlights:
My 2016 Highlights. 6 minutes of pancakes!https://t.co/Pb5GdzbNHo— Hunter Woodard (@HunterWoodard18) December 16, 2016
Fun note: Woodard also throws discuss in high school.. and he’s pretty good at it.
New discus PR at 167' 10" pic.twitter.com/wZ8MIXpABJ— Hunter Woodard (@HunterWoodard18) April 15, 2017
Keep doing work coach Henson!