Earlier today, ESPN released its Top 300 players for the Class of 2018. Oklahoma State QB commit Spencer Sanders made the list, coming in at 108 overall.
The 6-2, 190 lb four-star junior received a grade of 84 overall in the annual rankings.
Sanders is the sixth-best QB in the 2018 class, according to ESPN. He is the 14th best prospect in the state and the 18th best player in the Midland Region.
Mike Gundy has already matched his total of ESPN Top 300 players from the Class of 2017, with Tylan Wallace making the only appearance at 74th overall. Tramonda Moore (87) was the only one from the Class of 2016, while Gundy secured three players from the Class of 2015. In fact, you have to go all the way back to before 2006 to find the last time Oklahoma State did not have at least one Top-300 player sign to the team.
As for the rankings for the state of Oklahoma, the Pokes have secured commitments from two of the Top 10 players:
4-star offensive tackle commit Bryce Bray, who committed last Friday, comes in as the 7th best player in Oklahoma. He’s ranked as the 30th best offensive tackle in the nation.
3-star offensive tackle Hunter Anthony, another OT commit, comes in as the 9th best player in the state and the 46th best offensive tackle in the country.
There are still plenty of OSU targets that haven’t picked a school, so there is plenty of potential to add another ESPN Top 300 player to the Class of 2018.