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Football Recruiting: Two New Offers, the Latest on Deondrick Glass, and Homecoming Visitors

OSU makes offers to 2020 and 2021 prospects

Deondrick Glass (@deondrickglass)

Oklahoma State may be preparing to take on Baylor this weekend, but that hasn’t kept them from continuing to build the next class of Cowboys.

Along with a long list of recruits on hand to watch OSU take down Texas last weekend, the Cowboys made two new offers for the future this week.

2020 Offensive Tackle Roger Rosengarten Picks Up Offer

With four offensive line commits for 2019, Josh Henson is turning his focus to 2020. Over the weekend he offered Roger Rosengarten, a 6-foot-7, 275-pound tackle from Littleton, Colorado. While Rosengarten is unranked in 247’s composite rankings, the site has him as a 3-star prospect.

Oklahoma State was Rosengarten’s fourth offer, joining Utah, Nebraska, and Colorado State. though he did just pick up an offer from Missouri on Nov. 1st.

2021 Cornerback Ishmael Ibraheem Receives Offer

The Cowboy coaching staff wrapped up October with an offer to 2021 cornerback prospect Ishmael Ibraheem. Oklahoma State were just the second school to offer the 6-foot, 165-lb recruit, following Illinois State. Baylor also made an offer one day after the Cowboys.

You can check out Ishmael’s latest highlight reel here.

2019 4-Star Running Back Deondrick Glass Talks OSU Visit

The 2019 prospect was the biggest and most important of all the visitors during Homecoming weekend.

If you haven’t been following Glass’ recruitment, this is BY FAR OSU’s most important remaining target. Not only do the Cowboys not have a running back commit for 2019, they’re currently battling Ohio State and Alabama for Glass’ commitment.

Glass made one of his three remaining official visits to Stillwater for Homecoming and had positive things to say.

“It went really well, I liked it a lot,” Glass told 247 when asked about his official visit. “But not any commitment. I really liked it, but I still have to weigh my options.”

Surely, getting to meet a legend like Barry Sanders certainly couldn’t hurt.

Glass is visiting Ohio State this weekend, who lost one of their running back commits to Indiana a couple of weeks ago, and will make an OV to ‘Bama next weekend. The positive for OSU is that they have been after him hard. Plus, it’s good to know that Georgia, despite losing their running back commit, won’t be be able to get back in the mix after giving up on Glass a couple of months ago.

As for what Glass is looking for?

“The environment, how good the coaches are, and if they truly care about my future,” Glass told Rivals. “I’m looking at how they could make me successful in the world even if I didn’t play football. Also, I’m looking at how early I can play.”

I would expect a final three or four announcement, if not a full on commitment, soon after his visit to Tuscaloosa.

Other Homecoming Visitors:

2019 Quarterback Commit Brendan Costello - San Clemente, California
2019 Cornerback Commit Xavier Player - Cibolo, Texas
2019 Defensive End Gunnar Thompson - Poteau, Oklahoma
2020 3-Star Quarterback Jacolby Criswell - Morrilton, Arkansas
2020 Defensive End Jalen Logan-Redding - Columbia, MO
2020 Defensive Tackle Jamal Marshall - Kennedale, Texas
2020 Cornerback Kaunor Ashley - Muskogee, Oklahoma
2020 Cornerback Jordan Reagan - Bixby, Oklahoma
2020 Tight End Jake Roberts - Norman, Oklahoma
2021 Quarterback Aidan Thompson - Abilene, Texas
2021 Offensive Guard Jaeden Roberts - Lenexa, Kansas