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Football Recruiting: Jenks offensive tackle Logan Nobles commits to Oklahoma State

The three-star prospect is the Cowboys’ fifth in-state commit from the 2021 class.

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Oklahoma State added its first offensive lineman commit from the 2021 class with three-star offensive tackle Logan Nobles of Jenks (Oklahoma) on Wednesday.

“I want to thank God and all of the people that have helped me along the way, especially my family and thee coaches at Jenks High School,” Nobles wrote. “Thank you to all of the coaches that have taken the time to recruit me. I am beyond blessed to say I will continuing my academic and athletic career at Oklahoma State University. Go Pokes.”

Nobles, who brings plenty of size at 6-foot-6 and 260 pounds, picked the Cowboys from 20 offers, including Air Force, Hawaii, Kansas, Tulsa and Vanderbilt among others. He’s the 19th ranked player in the state of Oklahoma and the No. 103rd player in the country at his position, according to 247 Sports.

Nobles is the fourth commit of the day for OSU, which also received verbals from three Texas products in wide receivers Blaine and Bryson Green and defensive back Cam Smith.