For Oklahoma State football, recruiting news has been slow as of late, especially when it comes to the 2019 class. As it stands, the Cowboys have 17 players committed, and while the class is looking good, there is one glaring hole; no wide receiver. Which is what makes this weekend so important.
Oklahoma State’s top 2019 wide receiver target, Langston Anderson, will be making his official visit to Stillwater this weekend to watch the Cowboys take on the Cyclones.
Anderson, a 3-star prospect from Heritage High School in Midlothian, Texas, has offers from 23(!!!) schools. He announced his top ten earlier this summer which included OSU, Texas, Baylor, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Arizona State, Nebraska, Ole Miss, and Washington State.
Anderson has previously made an official visit to Arizona State back in June. He has talked about making OVs to Texas, Nebraska, Ole Miss, TCU, and Washington State, but has yet to announce any dates.
This won’t be Anderson’s first trip to Stillwater, as he’s made numerous unofficial visits, including to a camp this summer.
247Sports still has Baylor as the most likely landing spot for Anderson, followed by Texas. That being said, there haven’t been any Crystal Ball predictions made since June, and as we all know with recruiting 18-year-olds, things can change.
Anderson doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to make a commitment, so this is one that might go all the way until the second signing day. That said, landing the official visit on Saturday is a good sign that the Cowboys are still in this fight.