While many of us were heading to bed, Oklahoma State coaches were cheering after learning that three-star cornerback prospect Korie Black was committing to OSU.
The 6-foot, 165-pound defensive back from Waco, Texas announced his decision in a video on Twitter late Saturday night.
They say home is where the heart is..I’m COMMITTED ‼️ pic.twitter.com/U99k7ZA1bZ— Korie Black (@Mightyy_K2) June 23, 2019
Black is the 37th ranked cornerback in the class of 2020 and 68th ranked player in the state of Texas. He is now the fourth-highest rated player in OSU’s 2020 class, and the highest rated cornerback to commit to OSU since 2014.
Oklahoma State beat out 21 (!!!) other programs for Black’s commitment, including his hometown team Baylor, Purdue, Colorado, Minnesota, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Nebraska, and Syacuse, among others.
Black is now the 13th commit of the 2020 class and third (and likley final) CB commit joining DeSoto, TX prospect Jabbar Muhammed and Bixby, OK prospect Jordan Reagan.