Oklahoma State has picked up a big commitment from New Mexico Military Institute offensive tackle Tyrone Webber.
Webber is rated as the third-best Junior College player in the nation according to 247sports, and boasts 32 offers. Webber chose OSU over schools such as Auburn, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and more. Have there ever been better recruiting pictures for an OSU recruit??
Would like to thank @CoachGundy @Coach_Dickey and @zcrabs for having my mother and I on an amazing official visit. It was truly amazing to see THE Oklahoma State University. Go Pokes pic.twitter.com/DTGQ7rgWhS— Tyrone Webber (@Tyronewebber4) October 6, 2021
A native of St. Catherines, Ontario, Webber continues the Candian Cowboy trend that has featured Alberta natives Chuba Hubbard and Amen Ogbongbemiga. Webber checks in at 6-foot-5 and 290 pounds. The two JUCO players rated higher than him committed to Oregon and Penn State, while two two rated just below him committed to Penn State and Ole Miss, to paint the picture of who OSU was recruiting against.
Webber isn’t assigned a value so he won’t technically boost OSU from its No. 36 national ranking. He is simply rated as an “88 overall three-star” recruit. The lowest-ranked high school recruit who is at least 88 overall is ranked No. 484 in the nation, so we can assume Webber brings the impact of a top 500 player. That makes Webber the fifth-best Cowboy commit, behind WR Talyn Shettron, RB Ollie Gordon, RB CJ Brown and QB Garret Rangel; just ahead of CB Cameron Epps.
If we add the value of the No. 484 player in the nation — Georgia Tech QB commit Zach Pyron, who has an assigned value of 88.01 — OSU would rise to the No. 33 class in the nation just ahead of Baylor.
Webber joins Frisco (TX) Lebanon Trail offensive tackle Austin Kawecki — a three-star ranked No. 702 in the nation — as Oklahoma State’s only offensive line commitments for this class so far. Every other offensive lineman that has reported an OSU offer has committed elsewhere, with the exception of Kam Dewberry of Atascocita (TX) High. Ohio State and Texas A&M are favorites for Dewberry at the moment and he left OSU off his top five. If OSU adds more offensive linemen to this class, it will have to do so through the transfer portal or by new offers.
Check out Webber’s highlights at NM Military Institute here!