Along with showing off a quarterback battle and CJ Moore’s “Moss” potential, Oklahoma State played host to north of 70 prospects during the Orange Blitz.
Along with the scrimmage, there was a lazer tag game on the field of BPS, a chance for recruits to see themselves in the orange and black, and more!
So let’s take a look at what came from this past weekend in regards to recruiting.
Recapping the Guest List
Everyone we thought would be in town was, and you can find that list here. But we thought we would at least update the list with links to prospect’s photos from the weekend!
3-Star Inside Linebacker Corey Flagg Jr.
4-Star Defensive End Landyn Watson
4-Star Tight End Jalin Conyers
2020 Long Snapper Dylan Wiltcher
2020 Kicker Ben Weaver
2020 Offensive Tackle Brandon Andrews
2020 Inside Linebacker Devin Sterling
2020 Tight End Ashton Wright
2020 Offensive Tackle Ben Sparks
2020 Offensive Tackle Jacob Chesley
2021 Quarterback Samari Collier
2021 Quarterback Adonis Armstrong
2021 Inside Linebacker Aidan Siano
2021 Defensive Tackle Byron Murphy II
2021 Defensive End Shemar Turner
2022 wide receiver Tayln Shettron
2022 Tight End Logan Tanner
Oklahoma State Makes Top 8
Speaking of visitors, after his visit this weekend, Shadow Creek product Jeremiah “Jay” Harris announced his top-8 schools on Twitter on Monday afternoon. Joining Oklahoma State were Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Colorado State, Boise State, Fresno State, and Princeton.
Thank you to all the programs who have offered, me I greatly appreciate it and I’m thankful. After talking with my family, at this point in my recruitment I will be focusing on these 8 schools. AGTG ( My recruitment is still open ) pic.twitter.com/JtRGyOIYNJ— Jay Harris ¹¹ (@D1Jharris) April 22, 2019
Jay cut out half of his offer list, removing Tulsa, Tulane, Utah State, Florida International, Cornell, Texas Southern, Southern, and Mercer.
4-Star Defensive Tackle Gabriel Rubio
OSU became the 12th program to offer the No. 4 ranked prospect in the state of Missouri for the class of 2021 this past weekend. According to GoPokes.com’s Robert Allen, OSU is now in Rudio’s top five joining Ohio State, Kentucky, and Iowa — who have all offered, and Notre Dame who has not.
Tight End/Defensive End Quinton Stewart
Oklahoma State becomes the second program to offer the class of 2020 prospect from Salina, Kansas, joining Big 12 foe Kansas. The 6-4, 220-pound prospect also has interest from Kansas State and Iowa State. You can check out his junior year highlight reel here.
Offensive Tackle Trey Zuhn
OSU is also the second program to offer 2021 offensive tackle Trey Zuhn, joining Nebraska. The 6-5, 260-pound lineman is also getting interest from Colorado, Colorado State, and Texas A&M. Highlights here.