Oklahoma State Cowboys received some good news during Bedlam week with three-star class of 2020 safety Nicolas Sessions announcing his commitment to the Cowboys on Monday.
Session — a 6-foot-10, 184-pound safety out of Salt Lake City, Utah — picked up his offer from OSU after an official visit to Stillwater for the Nov. 16 game against Kansas. That visit obviously was a big influence on his decision to commit to the Cowboys.
“The visit was one of the best experiences in my lifetime,” Session told 247Sports. “The fans around were showing love and I’m not even there yet. Players were showing love; it was a wonderful feeling.”
Session originally committed to Utah State back in July, but started garnering interest from some Power-5 programs in the past month, including OSU and Oregon State.
Session currently plays safety, but told both 247 and GoPokes that he could pull a Malcolm Rodriguez and move to Will Linebacker if he bulks up.
“That is exactly what they told me,” Session told Robert Allen of GoPokes. “You got that. They said I could play safety, play the nickle, or if I kept gaining weight that I could move to the linebacker. I’m fine with that.”
Session still has an official visit scheduled to Oregon State in December. There’s no word on if that is still a go with his commitment or not, but I would expect it to be canceled at some point.
He plans to sign in December.
Session is Oklahoma State’s 18th commit for the 2020 class and the second safety commit, joining Zach Middleton.
OSU adding another safety was something I predicted a week ago. You can find the rest of my breakdown on how I expect the 2020 class to wrap up here.