Skidgel is the latest in-state product to pick the Cowboys.
The Bixby junior is the younger brother of OSU freshman wide receiver Brennan Presley.
Nicholas is staying in Stillwater.
The Beggs, Oklahoma athlete is the No. 5 player in Oklahoma and the Cowboys’ third commit for the 2022 class.
The Texarkana, Texas native picked the Cowboys over Kansas State and Texas Tech.
Teague Travis, the Cowboys’ first 2021 commit, went 5-2 at 138 pounds.
Check out how OSU commits fared in their high school games for the last two weeks, and what to look forward to.
OSU is battling two other Big 12 schools for the three-star prospect.
The No. 2-ranked JUCO offensive lineman set his commitment date for Dec. 12.
Offensive line recruiting has become more important with recent retirements and transfers.
The Thomas, Oklahoma native is the Cowboys’ highest-rated commit for the 2021 class.
Here’s a quick summary of how each committed Cowboy has fared this season and what’s to come.
Victor Voinovich rallied for his second WNO victory.
The Cowboys add their second 2021 OL commit.
Wrestling recruiting: Anthony Ferrari, No. 15 recruit in 2022 class, includes Oklahoma State in top 3
Ferrari is the younger brother of OSU freshman AJ Ferrari.
The Stillwater native is staying home.
Five committed top-500 prospects is the most the Cowboys have had since 2015, and they could haul in one or two more.
Wrestling Recruiting: Jordan Williams, No. 5 recruit in 2022 class, includes Oklahoma State in top 7
The Collinsville, Oklahoma product is a two-time Fargo national champion.
An offensive tackle target makes a virtual visit.
The Montana native is undefeated in his high school career.
The Del City product is the No. 14 overall recruit in the state of Oklahoma.
Jarrard is the Cowboys’ first tight end commit for the 2021 class.
The No. 2 JUCO offensive tackle originally committed to Ole Miss, but did not sign.
Kyle Haas, Travis Mastrogiovanni and Victor Voinovich are scheduled to wrestle Oct. 3 in Austin, Texas.
A 2021 New York State guard is among the latest offers extended by coach Boynton.
Cowboys coach Mike Boynton offered two Texas prospects and one from Nebraska.
The Thomas, Oklahoma native is the No. 6 player in the state of Oklahoma.
The Bishop McGuinness product originally signed with TCU.