Oklahoma State added a second 4-start recruit to their 2019 class late Wednesday with the commitment of wide receiver Langston Anderson.
Anderson become the first wide receiver commit for 2019, the second 4-star joining tight end Grayson Boomer, and the second highest rated signee in the class.
The final decision came down to Oklahoma State, Baylor, and Ole Miss, and for a long time it looked like Baylor was in the lead. But a strong push by the Cowboy coaching staff seems to have helped to sway the talented pass catcher. Gundy mentioned in his press conference earlier in the day that the staff was still hard at work trying to land three more players in the first day of the early signing period. It seems Anderson was likely one of them.
Mike Gundy on #okstate commits to come: "We're on three hard right now that I think will make a decision by the end of the day."— Nathan Ruiz (@NathanSRuiz) December 19, 2018
This is a big get for Oklahoma State. While they aren’t hurting for a wide receiver, landing one with the talent of Anderson only help to increase the quality of the depth. It’s also always good to win recruiting battles with SEC and conference teams.
With Anderson’s commitment, the Cowboys have three open scholarships remaining for 2019.