Oklahoma State football’s 2018 recruiting class is still a long ways away from actually donning the orange and black. That’s not stopping them from making waves.
Thanks to three new commitments to start the week, Oklahoma State’s recruiting class jumped 10 spots in ESPN’s rankings from 24th to 14th.
At 14, they’re now the highest ranked Big 12 team, ahead of Texas at No. 17, Kansas (!?!?) at 20, and Oklahoma and Baylor at 21 and 22.
ESPN isn’t the only ones touting OSU’s 2018 class; three other major recruiting sites have the class in the Top-20 overall and top two in the Big 12.
The class got a huge boost this week with three new recruits. It started on Sunday with the addition of 3-star defensive end Tyler Lacy. 4-star receiver CJ Moore made his commitment on Monday, followed by 3-star guard Tyrese Williams on Tuesday.
Per ESPN, the Cowboys class touts 10 total players including four 4-stars and six 3-stars.
Obviously it’s still May 2017, there is a loooong way to go until signing day. As OSU fans know (and Texas and Texas Tech trolls are want to point out on twitter), recruits have a habit of flip-flopping their commitments. For now though, the Cowboys’ 2018 class is looking like it could be one of the best of the Gundy era.
Until signing day comes, we can all just keep following the latest developments and hoping top targets continue to choose to #CowboyUp18!