Grayson Boomer followed in Spencer Sanders footsteps by being the first one in the class of 2019 to fax in his National Letter of Intent to officially become an Oklahoma State Cowboy.
The first letter is in! Welcome to the family, Grayson. #okstate #NSD19 pic.twitter.com/Ns2UEshrrG— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) December 19, 2018
Boomer has been one of the most active recruiters for Oklahoma State in the 2019 class. Although he wasn’t able to persuade names like Daxton Hill (Michigan) or Grant Gunnell (Arizona) to sign with Oklahoma State, Boomer is a tremendous add to the Cowboy football team.
Collinsville lost in the 5A Oklahoma State Championship game and finished with a record of 12-1, largely due to Boomer’s excellent blocking skills.
Boomer joins Edmond Santa Fe linebacker Trace Ford at the top of an OSU recruiting class that ranks 45th in the nation. The Pokes are hoping to move that ranking up by adding a four star receiver from Midlothian, Texas, by the name of Langston Anderson.