The good news just keeps coming down the recruiting pipeline for Oklahoma State Athletics. Just before noon on Saturday, three-star defensive tackle Xavier Ross pledged his commitment to wear the orange and black starting in 2019.
First of all, I would like to thank God for his blessings and allowing me to be in this position. Next I would like to thank my parents for always supporting me no matter the circumstances and guiding me no matter the circumstances and guiding me to become a better person every day.
I would like to thank all my Coaches that have helped me get to this point. I truly appreciate everything you all have done and continue to do for me. You have taught me that EVERYTHING MATTERS and please know I am a firm believer of that.
To my teammates thank you all for pushing me every day to become a better athlete. The endless conversations and laughs pulls us together and brings us closer to our goals. I love every single one of you and we will always be brothers till the very end. #TTHL
This recruiting process has been and continues to be a very exciting time in my life. With that said, I am blessed to announce that for the next chapter of my life I will be continuing my academics and football career at Oklahoma State University !!! #CowboyUp19✔️ #GoPokes
Ross is a 3-star prospect out of Cedar Hill, Texas, according to 247sports.
The 6-3, 285 lb tackle visited Oklahoma State on April 27. He picked the Cowboys over Indiana, Baylor, Purdue, Air Force, FIU and Louisiana-Lafayette.
Ross is the sixth member of the Cowboys’ 2019 class, and will join Joe Bob Clements’ line.