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Football Recruiting: OSU hosts multiple prospects, hands out offers

Includes one of the best running backs in the 2022 class

Landon Hullaby (@_Lhull22_)

Oklahoma State played host to 2020 offensive line prospect Cade Bennett this past weekend, which led to a commitment from the Arizona prospect.

But Bennett wasn’t the only one in Stillwater this past weekend. OSU held the first of multiple camps through the weekend, and played host to some prospects worth keeping an eye on.

First up is class of 2022 running back Landon Hullaby from Bishop Dunne High School in Dallas, Texas.

The 5-11, 170-pound speedster already has offers from 15 programs including OSU, USC, TCU, Georgia Tech, Baylor, Vanderbilt, Arkansas, and Nebraska, among others.

While listed as a running back, Landon played on the defensive side of the ball as a freshman at cornerback and free safety where he totaled 16 tackles.

Landon is the brother of three-star 2020 running back Jaden Hullaby, who is committed to Texas. He has stated that the he is waiting for offers from the Longhorns and LSU.

Landon wasn’t the only Bishop Dunne prospect in town this weekend, as he was joined by teammate and fellow 2022 prospect Jordan Crook, who picked up an offer from the Cowboys while in town.

The 6-foot, 205-pound inside linebacker also has offers from USC, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Southern, and Illinois State, but is receiving interest from Alabama, LSU, Texas A&M, and Michigan.

While Crook is part of Bishop Dunne now, he played his freshman season at Lake Ridge in Mansfield, playing at middle and outside linebacker, where he had showed a good ability to keep track of and get to the ball carrier.

Speaking of picking up offers. The Cowboys became the first FBS program to offer 2021 tight end Ben Postma.

The 6-4, 215-pound prospect from Cy Ranch in Cypress, Texas also has an offer from Illinois State.

While listed as a tight end, Postma played some outside receiver last season as well, where he was a nice downfield target. Considering Oklahoma State will lose three cowboy backs after the 2020 season, tight end will be a position of priority for the coaching staff in the 2021 class.

OSU also got a visit from one of the biggest running back prospects for 2022 in Raleek Brown.

The 5-7, 165-pound recruit from Stockton, California already has offers from 18 programs, including Alabama, Michigan, Florida State, USC, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Oklahoma State, among others. The good thing, despite the long list of blue blood offers is that Brown apparently really likes OSU, meaning they have a shot in this one.

Last season as a freshman, Brown carried the ball 158 times for 1,688 yards and 18 touchdowns. He also caught 31 passes for 741 yards and and nine touchdowns. He was also one of the standout performers at the Nike Opening event in Oakland.