Oklahoma State added an offensive threat from the backyard of Bedlam rival Oklahoma with the commitment of Class of 2021 three-star wide receiver Jaden Bray on Saturday.
Bray, who had 40 receptions for 936 yards and 11 touchdowns this past season for Norman, announced his decision on Twitter. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound wide out selected the Cowboys from 11 offers including, Arkansas, Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, North Texas and SMU.
“First off, I want to thank my family and friends for pushing me and making me who I am today,” Bray wrote in his tweet. “It would not have been possible without your love and support. Thank you to the Norman community for supporting student athletes. I want to give a big thanks to the football coaching staff at Norman High. I cannot say how much I appreciate you all. Also, thank you to my teammates for welcoming me, challenging me, encouraging me, and always having my back. I have made so many memories within the last year. Today, I am blessed to say that I will be beginning great academic and athletic memories at Oklahoma State University. Thank you Coach Dunn and Coach Gundy for this opportunity. Go Pokes!”
Bray, who also plays basketball, is rated as a three-star prospect and No. 126 wide receiver in the country by 247Sports. He’s also the No. 14 overall recruit in Oklahoma.
Bray is the sixth player overall and second player on offense to commit to the Cowboys’ 2021 class, joining three-star running back Jaden Nixon of Frisco (Lone Star), Texas.