For the first time in nearly two months, Oklahoma State has landed another piece for their 2020 recruiting class.
Three-star wide receiver Matt Polk announced via Twitter on Tuesday night that he is bringing his pass-catching talents to Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Polk chose the Cowboys over offers from 11 other schools, including Arizona State, Arizona, Cal, UCLA, Iowa State, Florida, Kansas, Purdue, Tennessee, Oregon State, and Northern Arizona.
Along with an official visit to OSU, Polk took a trip to Cal, but went with the Cowboys.
The 6-foot-4 receiver from Scottsdale, Arizona, is the son of former OSU cornerback Raymond Polk, who played for the Cowboys back in the 1980s.
Polk is the nation’s No. 97-rated receiver and No. 15 overall prospect in the state of Arizona for the 2020 class, according to 247’s aggregated rankings.
In seven games of action as a junior, Polk nabbed 25 passes for 466 yards and three touchdowns. Through six games as a senior, he’s got 19 catches for 446 yards and five TDs.
Polk is the 15th member of the 2020 class and joins fellow wide receiver commit Brennan Presely of Bixby, Oklahoma to form an interesting, talented, and under-the-radar duo for OSU.
The Cowboys will only lose two receivers at the end of the season for sure; redshirt seniors Jordan McCray and Taje Williams. That said, there is the potential that Tylan Wallace forgoes his senior season and heads off to the NFL. With that in mind, I get the feeling OSU might bring in one more receiver in this class. Keep an eye on Loic Fouonji and Jay Wilkerson.