Oklahoma State coaches have been busy on the recruiting trail, extending offers to 2020, 2021, and even 2022 prospects.
Cowboys offer rising-sophomore dual threat
Oklahoma State becomes the first team to offer Booker T. Washington athlete Gentry Williams.
Williams played quarterback for the Hornets last season. In his 11 games of action, he completed 44 of 91 passes — 48.4% completion — for 784 yards, 10 touchdowns, and two interceptions. Williams also had 68 carries for 226 yards and four touchdowns.
The 5-10, 160-pound athlete has some developing to do, but it’s obvious OSU and offense coordinator Sean Gleeson liked what they saw from the true-freshman, and wanted to get in early on him.
Cowboys get in early on 2021 defensive end
Speaking of getting in early, the Cowboys extended an offer to David Abiara of Mansfield, Texas.
Oklahoma State is the third program to offer Abiara, joining Big 12 foes Baylor and Kansas.
There’s not a lot on Abiara, but the 6-4, 23-pound rising junior had a productive sophomore campaign where he totaled 23 tackles including six TFLs and one sack.
Fast rising offensive tackle picks up OSU offer
Oklahoma State becomes the second team this month and the fifth team since the start of the year to extend an offer to four-star OT Jonah Miller.
OSU joins Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Arizona, and Arizona State in offering the Tucson, Arizona tackle.
247 recruiting analyst Blair Angulo describes Miller as “Potential multi-year starter at Power Five level and NFL Draft Day 3 selection.”
OSU continues to target 2020 linebackers
Despite already landing commitments from in-state standouts Cole Thompson and Brynden Walker, Oklahoma State continues to target linebackers for their 2020 class. The latest offer extended to linebacker named Solomon Deshields from Millville, New Jersey.
Solomon currently touts offers from 17 schools including OSU, Oregon, Michigan State, Kentucky, Baylor, West Virginia, Iowa State, and Memphis, among others.
With veterans Calvin Bundage and Kevin Henry’s eligibility expiring at the end of the season, OSU has made linebacker a priority in this class. Landing an athlete like DeShields would be a great way to bolster the position for the future.
The 6-foot, 205-pounder may be listed as a linebacker, but he was all over the field for Millville. He had 28 yards rushing, 342 yards and five touchdowns receiving, 200 yards on kick returns, and 40 yards on punt returns. That goes along with the 31 tackles including nine TFLs.
OSU Targets Another 2020 Running Back
Oklahoma State is still looking for a running back pledge for 2020. They’re latest target is a three-star back Myles Price out of The Colony, Texas.
OSU is the 10 program since the start of 2019 and the 14th program overall to offer Price, joining TCU, Texas Tech, Washington State, Arizona State, Colorado, and SMU.
At 5-9, 165, Price has some growing still to do. That said, he had a very productive junior season rushing for 661 yards and 11 touchdowns on 62 carries and grabbing 57 passes for 906 yards and 13 touchdowns.