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The Oklahoma State Recruiting Roundup

OSU misses on a top target while a 2018 commit impresses

Recruiting never stops for college athletics, especially in the off-season. Oklahoma State coaches are hard at work right now trying to bring in the next class of players to don the orange and black.

The recruiting roundup is our way of tallying up all the latest offers and visits by potential Cowboys.


2018 Commit Bryce Bray Named One Of The Best Offensive Lineman in Oklahoma

Bryce Bray

Oklahoma State has the commitments of five offensive linemen in the 2018 class, and Bryce Bray may be the best.

Bray is a 6-foot-5, 309-lb. offensive guard from Bixby, and according to the Tulsa World, one of the eight best offensive linemen in the state. Right now, readers are able to vote for Bray and seven other OLs in the state to determine who is the best. Bray was No. 2 in Tulsa World’s summer rankings in 2016.

You can vote for Bray here

2018 Receiver Commit C.J. Moore Shows Off at 7 On 7 Championship

CJ Moore

One of Oklahoma State’s two 4-star recruits for 2018, wide receiver C.J. Moore, impressed at the 7-on-7 National Championship Series this weekend.

Moore was part of the Union, OK team that competed in Dallas. While his team went 4-3 over the weekend, Moore showed off some of the skills that should have Cowboy fans excited. Moore has a chance to be something special at OSU. Whoever takes over at QB next year is going to have plenty of targets, including this one.

2018 JUCO Target Picks Colorado Over Oklahoma State

Delrick Abrams Jr.

One of Oklahoma State’s top cornerback targets, Delrick Abrams Jr. announced on Friday, he was committing to Colorado over Oklahoma State and Mississippi State.

For awhile it looked like Abrams would commit to the Cowboys. Even 247Sports predicted OSU would land Abrams.

OSU will now have to redirect their efforts toward finding another cornerback to add to the commitment list.


OSU Offers 2019 4-Star Small Forward Malik Hall

Malik Hall

Oklahoma State offered a scholarship to 4-star small forward Malik Hall from Wichita, Kanas. The 6-foot-5, 186-lb. SF has offers from 10 schools including Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas A&M, and Illinois, among others.