Despite still working to wrap up the 2019 class, Oklahoma State football coaches aren’t wasting any time planning for the future.
With now until Feb. 2 considered the “contact period,” teams are working to identify and offer the prospects they intend to go after.
We’ve profiled OSU’s first two 2022 offers in athlete Landon Hullaby and Kobie McKenzie.
Linebacker Anthony Johnson
While ratings aren’t available for players this early, it’s easy to say Johnson is going to be one to watch.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound inside linebacker from Philadelphia already has six offers after his freshman season. Baylor, Penn State, Syracuse, West Virginia and his hometown school of Temple are already pursuing him.
Athlete Enai White
OSU was the third school to offer Enai White.
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound athlete from Pennington, New Jersey, also has FBS offers from Baylor, Rutgers and UMass.
White caught 20 passes for 402 yards and six touchdowns as a freshman. While he is listed as a defensive end on 247Sports, he plays wide receiver, strong safety and cornerback. He also plays basketball for Pennington.
Offensive Tackle Cameron Williams
OSU is the first program to offer the tackle from Duncanville, Texas.
Williams plays for a Duncanville program that went 14-1, losing in the state championship game to North Shore out of Houston.
While the Cowboys are Williams’ first and only offer, expect there to be a lot more and for him to end up as a fairly highly recruited and rated prospect.