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Wrestling Recruiting: Jordan Williams, No. 5 recruit in 2022 class, includes Oklahoma State in top 7

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The Collinsville, Oklahoma product is a two-time Fargo national champion.

Jordan Williams of Collinsville, Oklahoma, has included Oklahoma State in his top seven schools.
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Jordan Williams of Collinsville, Oklahoma, included Oklahoma State in his top seven schools list, which he released to FloWrestling on Wednesday.

Williams, who is ranked No. 5 overall in the country for the 2022 class by FloWrestling, also included Arizona State, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. He’s a two-time Class 5A Oklahoma state champion (113 pounds in 2019 and 126 in 2020), and two-time Fargo national champion. He also won Super 32 agains Illinois commit Maximo Renteria at 120 pounds in 2019.

Willams is coached by Wes Harding, the father of former OSU wrestler and current North Carolina assistant coach Gary Wayne Harding. Fellow Collinsville wrestler Caleb Tanner, a four-time state champion, is a freshman at OU.

Two other Collinsville wrestlers are ranked in the top 100 for the 2022 class with 120-pounder Troy Sprately at No. 13 and 113-pounder Cameron Steed at No. 99.

Williams will be part of three-man group at 138 pounds at FloWrestling’s ‘Who’s No. 1’ card on Oct. 3 in Austin, Texas. He’ll wrestle No. 3-ranked Jesse Mendez of Crown Point, Indiana, with the winner advancing to face No. 2 Joel Vandervere, a Northwestern commit from Warren Township in Illinois.

The Cowboys have yet to receive a commit for the 2022 class.