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Oklahoma State wrestling: No. 1 heavyweight recruit Kyle Haas commits to Cowboys

Haas is the younger brother of OSU recruiting coordinator Tyler Caldwell.

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Kyle Haas, the No. 1 heavyweight and sixth overall prospect in the 2021 class by FloWrestling, committed to Oklahoma State on Sunday night.

It comes as no surprise that Haas picked the Cowboys since his older brother is OSU’s third-year recruiting coordinator Tyler Caldwell, who was a two-time NCAA All-American and one-time NCAA finalist for the Cowboys after transferring from Oklahoma.

Haas of Maize, Kansas, won his third and fourth national championship this past June in Akron, Ohio, to earn a spot on the United States’ Cadet World team in freestyle and Greco-Roman.

Haas joins No. 4 Travis Mastrogiovanni and No. 43 Teague Travis as 2021 four-star commits for the Cowboys. Mastrogivanni is also the younger brother of 2020 signee Trevor Mastrogiovanni.

Hass’ commitment makes OSU the only school with two top-10 2021 commits.

Class of 2021

No. 4: Travis Mastrogiovanni of Blairstown, NJ (157)

No. 6: Kyle Haas of Maize, Kan. (285)

No. 43: Teague Travis of Columbia, Mo. (149)