While Oklahoma State and Josh Henson already have one four-star offensive lineman committed to the 2020 class. They’re in the running for another one.
Four-star offensive tackle Turner Corcoran announced his top-seven schools on Twitter, and included the Cowboys.
“I would like to thank the man above and everyone from the bottom of my heart who has helped me through my recruiting process,” Corcoran wrote in his twitter announcement. “After a deep thought with my family, close coaches, friends and teammates, I am proud to announce the next step in my recruiting process. With that being said, my recruitment is still 100 percent open, but at this time here are my top seven schools I would like to focus on from here on out.”
Along with OSU, the 6-foot-6, 280-pound tackle from Lawrence, Kansas included Ohio State, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kansas State, and the home town Kansas Jayhawks.
Corcoran cut his list of 14 in half eliminating teams like Clemson, Michigan, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.
The Cowboys made an offer to Corcoran back on May 28, and he made an unofficial visit to Stillwater back on July 27th that, from all appearances, went well.
As of now, 247 has Ohio State as the overwhelming favorite to land Cocoran. As we all know, the situation with head coach Urban Meyer remains in flux. The coach is still on paid administrative leave, and while most think his career in Columbus is done, there’s been little information one way or the other. Corcoran offered his thoughts on the situation, saying; “I think all of this happened very sudden, but I am still interested in Ohio State and what the program has to offer.” It will certainly be something to keep an eye on moving forward.
As far as his abilities, Corcoran has solid form and will only get better during his junior season.